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Panic or Spin

Is the Likud in danger?
Bibi on Facebook asking for Votes

In a very unusual move, Prime Minister Netanyahu posted a message on his Facebook page urging people to come out to vote for Likud

 

The Likud rule is in danger. I’m asking you that you drop everything, and go out and vote Likud. It’s very important to ensure the future of the State of Israel.
Yours,
Benjamin Netanyahu

Either Netanyahu is panicking because the polls show them in big trouble, or this is spin to make you think that.

There are reports that on the Russian-language radio stations, that an internal poll gives Likud-Beytenu only 25 seats, while Lapid is supposedly breaking 20.

Other leaked internal poll (or spin) are saying that Bennett’s HaBayit HaYehudi are also doing well.

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