Smith conducted a poll that was published in Globes on May 1st. Current Knesset seats in [brackets]
35  Likud Beitenu
19  Labor
14  Yesh Atid
12  Bayit Yehudi
10  Shas
10  Meretz
08  Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
04  Ra’am-Ta’al
04  Hadash
04  Balad
00  Movement
00  Kadima
65  Right-Religious
55  Center-Left-Arab
Knesset Jeremy Analysis: Likud Beitenu remains at the top. Hadash, Ra’am-Ta’al and Balad all pass the new threshold but Livni’s party does not.
Which candidate is suitable to be the next Prime Minister?
36% none of the above, 32% Netanyahu, 13% Herzog, 8% Liberman, 6% Kachalon, 5% Lapid
About the Author: Jeremy 'Man' Saltan works in the Knesset for Faction Chairman MK Yaakov (Katzeleh) Katz and is an Advisor to the National Union Faction. Saltan runs the only blog that covers the Knesset’s legislative activity in English at www.knessetjeremy.com
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