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    Poll: 77% of Israeli Arabs would rather live in Israel than in any other country in the world

    A recent opinion poll conducted by Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government found that 77 percent of Israeli Arabs would rather live in Israel than in any other country in the world. The survey of 1,721 Israelis, both Arab and Jewish, also showed that 73 percent of the Jews and 94 percent of the Arabs want Israel to "be a society in which Arab and Jewish citizens have mutual respect and equal opportunities." The Kennedy School said in a statement that the poll produced a number of results it termed surprising, pointing to a higher level of co-existence than might...

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    Poll: 77% of Israeli Arabs would rather live in Israel than in any other country in the world

    A recent opinion poll conducted by Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government found that 77 percent of Israeli Arabs would rather live in Israel than in any other country in the world. The survey of 1,721 Israelis, both Arab and Jewish, also showed that 73 percent of the Jews and 94 percent of the Arabs want Israel to "be a society in which Arab and Jewish citizens have mutual respect and equal opportunities." The Kennedy School said in a statement that the poll produced a number of results it termed surprising, pointing to a higher level of co-existence than might...

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