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New Channel 14 Poll: Gantz at just 18 seats

A new Channel 14 poll shows Likud holding steady as the largest party with 24 seats, mainly due to Gantz, Lapid, and Liberman all falling below 20 seats.

Israeli elections. Illustration. (Photo: Inna Reznik/Shutterstock)

A new poll conducted for Channel 14 by Direct Polls and released today (Thursday) shows that if an election was held today, Binyamin Netanyahu's Likud would get 24 seats, Gantz's State Camp just 18, Liberman's Yisrael Beytenu 14, and Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid 13.

Meanwhile, Shas and Otzmah Yehudit would each get 10 seats, Labour and UTJ 8 seats, Ra'am 6 seats, Religious Zionism would get 5 and Hadash-Ta'al 4.

Balad, Meretz, and New Right would not pass the threshold.

In terms of blocs: Netanyahu's bloc would get 57 seats, Gantz's bloc would get 59 seats, with Hadash-Ta'al holding the remainder.

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