A public opinion poll published by the Knesset Channel (Israel’s C-Span) shows that if elections were held today, the ruling party, Israel Beiteinu would maintain it status, with 32 Knesset seats. The next largest party would by Labor, rising from its current 15 to 21 seats.

Yair Lapid’s Yesh Atid would drop from 19 to 13 seats, along side Jewish Home, the National Religious faction, which would go up from 12 to 13 seats.


Shas, the Sephardi Haredi party, would drop from its current 11 to 7 seats, United Torah Judaism down to 6 from 7, and Tzipi Livni’s movement down from 7 to 4.

The left wing party Meretz would continue to increase its power, from 6 to 10 seats.


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