Student Union opens ‘hasbara’ room in effort to fill public diplomacy vacuum.
Posted on: June 2nd, 2014Blogs → Knesset Jeremy
49 MKs didn't sign for anyone, including coalition heads Netanyahu, Lapid, Bennett & Liberman.
Posted on: May 5th, 2014Blogs → Knesset Jeremy
Livni's party does not pass the new threshold.
Posted on: January 7th, 2013Blogs → Knesset Jeremy
The average of last week's nine polls in Israel
Posted on: December 16th, 2012Special Features → Israel Elections 5773
The right of center parties continue to maintain their lead, albeit by a slightly smaller margin in eight polls released December 9-15.
Posted on: December 2nd, 2012Blogs → Knesset Jeremy
Knesset Jeremy Weekly Average #8 (week of Nov 25-Dec 1) of 7 polls (Channel 10, Globes, Knesset Channel, Channel 2, Yisrael Hayom, Yediot Ahronont, Channel 1). Current Knesset seats in [brackets], Week 7 average in (brackets) 37.5 (38.0)  Likud Beytenu 19.2 (21.4)  Labor 11.7 (11.8)  Shas 9.8 (9.5)  Jewish Home-Tekuma 8.0 […]
Posted on: November 19th, 2012Special Features → Israel Elections 5773
The average of 2 polls published last week, Channel 2 and Jerusalem Post. The Post poll was conducted November 12-13 and the Channel 2 poll was published November 14.
Posted on: November 11th, 2012Blogs → Knesset Jeremy
This week’s average shows Likud Beitenu and Labor position similar to last week. Shas gains and takes the third position while Lapid’s Yesh Atid drops and falls into the fourth position. Hadash passes Meretz, while Kadima and Independence pick up gains. Am Shalem is also picking up steam. The right block gains ground this week with the help of Shas and Am Shalem’s gains.
Posted on: November 5th, 2012Blogs → Knesset Jeremy
Weekly poll average: Likud-Beitenu at 38 seats; Labor at 22; the Right wing parties a little over 66 seats and the left has just under 54. The Jewish Home-National Union list rose to 9 seats while Kadima continues its decline into oblivion.
Posted on: October 29th, 2012Blogs → Knesset Jeremy
Polls conducted in the aftermath of the announcement of the joint-list agreement between the Likud and Yisrael Beiteinu show the two parties at best keeping their current amount of Knesset seats. The average has them down.
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