A poll published tonight (Thursday) in the evening news here 11 shows that if the election had been held today, the Likud would be weakened by six seats and get 30 seats in the Knesset. The second largest party according to the poll is Has Future with 17 seats.
According to a survey conducted by the Kantar Institute, the joint list will remain the third largest and strengthen to 16 seats. The one who leaps is right-wing, led by Naftali Bennett, who won 15 seats in the poll, compared to only 6 seats today. Blue and white drops to 12.
After them – Shas with 9 seats and Torah Judaism with 8. Yisrael Beiteinu gets 7 seats in the Knesset and Meretz is the smallest party with 6. Labor, the Jewish Home, Gesher, Jewish Power and Derech Eretz – do not pass the blocking percentage.
According to the poll, the ultra-Orthodox bloc wins 62 seats and has a majority to form a government, if the election were held today. The left-Arab bloc with 51 seats, with Lieberman this time not functioning as a Libra with his 7 seats.
In response to the question of who is more suitable to run for prime minister of Israel, 37% answered that Prime Minister Netanyahu is the right candidate. 19% expressed support for right-wing chairman Naftali Bennett, 15% answered that Yair Lapid is the right person to be prime minister. 10% of respondents supported Deputy Prime Minister Ganz.
Also, 62% of respondents to the survey answered that they are not satisfied with Prime Minister Netanyahu’s performance in the crisis. In contrast, 31% said they were satisfied.
The survey was conducted today among 599 respondents in a national sample of the population aged 18 and over. The number of people asked to answer the survey is 2,335 people and the sampling error is 4.4%.