A new poll has the Likud party winning 33 Knesset seats if elections were held today, while Kadima would plummet to 11, and Labor would get 13 seats. Currently, Likud has 27 seats, Kadima has 28, and Labor has 8.
The poll also found that Yisrael Beiteinu would gain a seat to reach 16 seats, and Shas would lose five seats from its current 13. The Arab parties would win 11 seats total.
Yair Lapid’s impact on the political map appears to be fading a bit, according to the poll. While polling at 20 Knesset seats when he announced his entrance into politics, the most recent poll has him down to 13.
The poll was carried out by by Geocartography Knowledge Ltd.Jewish Press Staff
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