Polls, Elections

Channel 13 Poll: Gantz still at 30, Netanyahu recovering slightly

A new poll shows the trend of Likud getting in the 20s is holding steady, while Benny Gantz's State Camp party has consistently dropped from a high of near-40 to low 30s.

Israeli elections. Illustration. (Photo: Marie Selissky/Shutterstock)

A new poll conducted by Hamidgam for Channel 13 Sunday shows Benny Gantz's State Camp party remaining at its post-war low of 30 seats, while Likud gets 20 seats. Netanyahu's camp would thus get 51 seats if the election were held today, while the anti-Netanyahu camp would have 69.

Meanwhile, Yesh Atid would get 15 seats, Yisrael Beyteynu 11, Otzmah Yehudit 9, Shas 8, UTJ 7, Religious Zionism 7, Hadash-Ta'al 5, Ra'am 4, Labour 4.

Meretz, New Right (Sa'ar), and Balad would all fail to reach the electoral threshold.

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