Politics

New poll: Gantz in freefall to just 19 seats

A new Channel 14 poll shows Likud climbing to 27 seats with Gantz's State Camp party dropping to just 19. Full numbers below.

Israeli elections. Illustration. (Photo: John Theodor/Shutterstock)

A new Channel 14 poll shows that if the elections were held today, Netanyahu's Likud would get 27 seats, while his rival Gantz would get just 19.

Avigdor Liberman's Yisrael Beytenu meanwhile gets 13 seats to Yair Lapid's 12, Shas gets 10, Oztmah Yehudit 9, and UTJ 8. Yair Golan's new Labour party gets 8, Ra'am 6, Religious Zionism and Hadash-Ta'al 4.

Balad, Meretz, and New Right fail to pass the electoral threshold.

Thus, the rightwing bloc would get 58 seats, the center-left bloc 52, and the Arab parties 10.

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