Polls, Elections

Channel 12 Poll: Israelis equally split on "day after" for Gaza

Benny Gantz's State Party declines to under 30 seats, and Netanyahu's camp is now at 50 seats, 14 less than his current coalition.

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A new Mano Geva poll done for Channel 12 was published today (Thursday), showing Israelis are perfectly split on the question of the "day after" in Gaza, with 40% supporting Israeli military rule and the same number for Palestinian parties backed by Arab states, as proposed earlier by Defense Minister Gallant.

If the election were held today, Gantz's State Camp party would get just 29 seats, a sharp decline from three months ago and before Gideon Sa'ar broke off from his party.

Meanwhile, Likud would get 19, Yesh Atid 16, Shas 10, Yisrael Beytenu 11, Otzmah Yehudit 9, UTJ 8, Hadash-Ta'al 5, Ra'am 5, Religious Zionism 4, Meretz 4.

Balad, Labour, and Sa'ar's New Right would not pass the electoral threshold.

This result would leave Netanyahu's coalition with 50 seats, Gantz's camp with 65, with Hadash-Ta'al holding the remaining 5.

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