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ANALYSIS 38: Which President-Prime
Minister combo works best?
ANALYSIS 37: What's wrong with Obama?
ANALYSIS 36: Easy choices: McCain better
than Obama, Clinton better than
what's-his-name
ANALYSIS 35: Clinton or McCain? That's a
tough one
ANALYSIS 34: Is Obama is
pro-Palestinian? Will McCain will
appoint James Baker?
ANALYSIS 33: If Giuliani is out, will it
be Clinton or McCain?
ANALYSIS 32: Yes to Bloomberg, but no to
Hagel
ANALYSIS 31: Let McCain deal with Iran
ANALYSIS 30: Pre-Iowa Israel Factor:
Knowing Clinton, wanting Clinton
ANALYSIS 29: The panel doesn't believe
Huckabee's pledge to 'stand by Israel'
ANALYSIS 28: Republicans reacted much
better to NIE on Iran
ANALYSIS 27: More Giuliani, less U.S.
role in Mideast
ANALYSIS 26: Wanting a 'Clinton' but
voting Giuliani
ANALYSIS 25: Clinton fights off the
competition in Philly
ANALYSIS 24: The McCain factor
ANALYSIS 23: A new phase - Clinton is
now second
ANALYSIS 22: McCain's position on Iran
fares better than Giuliani's
ANALYSIS 21: Edwards as the weakest
Democratic candidate on Iran
ANALYSIS 20: The power of Dodd's message
on Arab democracy
ANALYSIS 19: Do you trust Hillary to
tell the truth?
ANALYSIS 18: Ranking Thompson on Iran
and the Palestinians
ANALYSIS 17: Run, Bloomberg, run
ANALYSIS 16: Will the American voter
consider Israel?
ANALYSIS 15: Will Fred Thompson rise to
the top?
ANALYSIS 14: The panel looks more
favorably on Obama
ANALYSIS 13: What makes Giuliani the
best of all the candidates?
ANALYSIS 12: Clinton vs. McCain: Who's
really better for Israel?
ANALYSIS 11: Good on Iran is good for
Israel
ANALYSIS 10: Shuttle diplomacy, Iraq and
a flip-flop
ANALYSIS 9: That Baker report
ANALYSIS 8: Raising McCain
ANALYSIS 7: The Clinton-Bush Factor
ANALYSIS 6: The first exit
ANALYSIS 5: Polling the experts
ANALYSIS 4: The Lieberman factor
ANALYSIS 3: Will Romney rise?
ANALYSIS 2: Why Obama came last
ANALYSIS 1: The Giuliani consensus
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   Panel doesn't worry about Obama on Israel-Palestine
Obama has been struggling for many months with the issue of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict - explaining, calming, and promising not to be the candidate of 'pressure.' His success with the panel is remarkable.
Republican
John McCain
The Arizona Senator said that Israel and U.S. are 'most natural of allies and like Israel itself - that alliance is forever. LAST MONTH'S SCORE: 7.12
Democrat
Barack Obama
The Senator for Illinois vowed to 'bring to the White House an unshakeable commitment to Israel's security.' LAST MONTH'S SCORE: 5
Democrat
Hillary Clinton
The New York Senator told the AIPAC 2008 conference that, 'The United States stands with Israel, now and forever.' FINAL SCORE: 7.5
Republican
Mike Huckabee
The Arkansas Governor supports Israel as 'our staunch ally in the War on Terror and our greatest friend in that region.' FINAL SCORE: 6.25
Independent
Michael Bloomberg
Backed Israel in the 2006 Second Lebanon War; said Israel 'continues to defend itself from unprovoked attacks on innocent civilians.' FINAL SCORE: 7.5
Republican
Mitt Romney
Opposed Ayatollah Khatami's recent trip to the U.S., saying taxpayers shouldn't fund a man 'who supports the destruction of Israel.' FINAL SCORE: 6.87
Republican
Rudy Giuliani
The former New York mayor returned a $10 million donation from a Saudi prince after 9/following negative comments about Israel. FINAL SCORE: 8.37
Republican
Fred Thompson
The former senator condemned Hamas for children's website of 'hateful fanaticism', favors aiding Iranians overthrow their government. FINAL SCORE: 6.5
Democrat
John Edwards
The former senator and 2004 Democratic vice presidential nominee said that Iran poses an enormous threat to Israel and Israelis. FINAL SCORE: 6.5
Democrat
Bill Richardson
The Governor of New Mexico maintains that American commitment to the security of Israel is not an issue that is up for negotiation. FINAL SCORE: 6.75
Democrat
Joseph Biden
The Delaware Senator says cannot expect Jerusalem to negotiate with Hamas, which is calling for Israel's destruction. FINAL SCORE: 5.62
Democrat
Christopher Dodd
The Senator for Connecticut addressed AIPAC in March 2006 on the issues of a nuclear Iran and the Hamas government. FINAL SCORE: 5.62
Republican
Sam Brownback
The Kansas Senator believes Israel has the right to self-defense and to 'aggressively seek' Shalit's release. FINAL SCORE: 6.625
Democrat
Al Gore
The former vice president and senator attended the celebrations in Jerusalem to mark the State of Israel's 50th anniversary. FINAL SCORE: 6.875
Republican
Newt Gingrich
The former Speaker of the House says Syria, Iran, Hezbollah and Hamas form an alliance that cannot be dealt with in isolation. FINAL SCORE: 8
Republican
Chuck Hagel
The Senator for Nebraska believes that resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is central to bringing about Middle East peace. FINAL SCORE: 3.5
Democrat
Wesley Clark
The retired four-star U.S. army general has called Hezbollah 'the reach of Iran toward a Mediterranean beach head.' FINAL SCORE: 5
Republican
George Pataki
The Governor of New York State says there has been a clear pattern of Israeli concession followed by Palestinian terror. LAST MONTH'S SCORE: 6.38
Democrat
Tom Vilsack
In May 2006, the Governor for Iowa took part in a week-long visit to Israel, organized by AIPAC, to meet with Israeli leaders. FINAL SCORE: 4.86
Republican
Condoleezza Rice
The Secretary of State urged Israel to help create conditions for a Palestinian state to emerge and has acted as mediator in talks. FINAL SCORE: 5.38
Democrat
John Kerry
The Democrat's 2004 presidential candidate has called Hamas a 'brutal organization' that refuses to take part in a peaceful process. FINAL SCORE: 4.88
Democrat
Evan Bayh
The Senator for Indiana called for economic sanctions to deter Iran from plans to develop its nuclear weapons program. FINAL SCORE: 6.25
Republican
Bill Frist
Tennessee's Senator says Israel clearly has the right to defend itself and calls for continued American support for Israel. LAST SCORE: 5.38
Democrat
Russ Feingold
The Jewish Senator for Wisconsin sponsored an act calling for the American embassy to be moved from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. LAST SCORE: 5
Republican
George Allen
Senator for Virginia made a bipartisan call with Senator Joseph Lieberman for the EU to add Hezbollah to its terror group list. LAST SCORE: 6.38
Democrat
Mark Warner
The former Virginia Governor backs unilateral Israeli moves, on the grounds that Hamas is not currently a suitable partner. LAST SCORE: 6.25
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