I24 News published the most radical poll results to date. They give Likud a 5 seat lead over Labor, with Shas starting to rebound.
Without a significant increase in seats for Bayit Yehudi, these numbers would make a National Unity government even more likely, where no one party, besides Labor, could break up Netanyahu’s coalition.
In the I24 poll, Yachad doesn’t make the cut.
Likud (Netanyahu): 26
Labor/Zionist Union (Herzog / Livni): 21
Bayit Yehudi (Bennett): 13
The Joint (Arab) List: 12
Yesh Atid (Lapid): 12
Kulanu (Kachlon): 8
UTJ (Gafni / Litzman): 8
Shas (Deri): 8
Yisrael Beyteynu (Liberman): 7
Meretz (Gal-On): 5
Yachad (Eli Yishai): 0
LEFT: Labor (21) + Arab List (12) + Yesh Atid (12) + Kulanu (8) + Meretz (5) = 58
RIGHT: Likud (26) + Bayit Yehudi (13) + UTJ (8) + Shas (8) + Yisrael Beytenu (7) = 62
National Unity: Likud (26) + Labor (21) + Kulanu (8) + Shas (8) + Yisrael Beytenu (7) = 69Jewish Press News Briefs