Poll: Most Jewish Israelis say Iran strike less risky than nuclear threat
Most of those polled (60 percent) agreed that only military action could stop Iran's nuclear program.
The poll, conducted by Prof. Camil Fuchs for the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, showed that 65 percent of those asked agreed with the claim that the price Israel would have to pay for living with the threat of an Iranian bomb would be greater than the price it would pay for attacking Iran's nuclear facilities. Only 26 percent disagreed with this claim, with nine percent saying they weren't sure.
Can we presume that Haaretz isn't that influential?