Update: There was a slight surge for the religious/right during the middle of the counting, but in the end it didn’t pan out.
As the voting results continue to be tallied, it appears that the Right and Religious parties are gaining in strength compared to the the results released in the earlier exit polls, with the Likud now going up to 33 or 34 seats.
Yesh Atid drops to 18, Labor to 16, Meretz to 6, while UTJ goes up to 7.
You can see the updated list of who probably made it into the Knesset here.
Final results will be known by 6 AM, Wednesday morning.
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