Poll: The right is starting to close on the Likud

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The right is getting stronger, Netanyahu is weakening: Just a day after the signing of the peace agreements with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, the impact of the ceremony in the White House can be seen on the mandate columns. A poll conducted in News 13 shows that the Likud party, led by Benjamin Netanyahu, is losing ground and falling to 30 seats, while Naftali Bennett’s “right” faction continues to strengthen and already stands at 22 seats.

The third largest party is Yesh Atid, led by Yair Lapid, which has not yet managed to cross the 20-seat threshold and stands at 18, followed by the joint Arab list with 12. Bnei Gantz’s “blue and white” continues to crash and stands at only 8 seats.

Full results:

Likud: 30Right: 22

There is a future: 18

The common list: 12

Blue and white: 8

Yisrael Beiteinu: 8

March: 8

Shas: 7

Torah Judaism: 7

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Jewish Home

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66 to the right-wing bloc, 46 to the center-left bloc, 8 to Lieberman

Who is best suited to be prime minister?

A. Benjamin Netanyahu – 31%

B. Naftali Bennett – 18%

third. Yair Lapid – 13%

D. Bnei Gantz – 10%

God. Do not know – 28%

Will our situation be good after the closure or will we need another closure?

46% think that the closure will only help temporarily and Israel will reach another closure

41% think that quarantine will not change anything

The role of the Prime Minister in managing the Corona crisis

58% are dissatisfied

21% quite satisfied

12% satisfied (3% increase compared to last week’s survey)

The survey, conducted by Professor Camille Fox, included 703 respondents, of whom 602 were from the Jewish population and 101 from the non-Jewish sector. The survey in the Jewish sector was conducted by the sample project company under the management of Dr. Ariel Ayalon. The survey in the non-Jewish sector was conducted by Stat-Net under the management of Yosef Maklada. The sampling error is 3.9%.



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