The Polls

Poll: The right-wing bloc jumps to 58 seats

The survey conducted after the Prime Minister's visit to the USA shows that the Likud has increased to 31 seats and 51% see Benjamin Netanyahu as the suitable candidate for Prime Minister against 46% who see Benny Gantz as such

(Photo: Mark Israel Salem, Flash90.)

A poll of mandates broadcast on Channel 14 news and conducted by the Direct Falls company after Prime Minister Netanyahu's visit to the United States reveals that if elections were held now in Israel, the right-wing bloc would have 58 mandates.

According to the data, the Likud party has increased to 31 mandates, and the state camp has decreased in mandate and stands at 27 mandates. Yesh Atid remains stable with 16 seats the Shas party also stands at 10 seats and Torah Judaism continues with 7 seats.

Yisrael Beiteinu goes down to 6 seats, Smotrich goes up to 5, Ben Gabir stays in place with 5, Ra'am - 5, Meretz - 4, and Hadash–Ta'al also - 4 seats. The parties that do not pass the blocking percentage according to this survey are Balad (2.6%) and Labor (1.8%).

On the question of suitability for prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu is getting stronger and stands at 51% support from the public, while Binyamin Gantz drops to 36%, and the rest of the respondents - 13% answered none of them.

Prime Minister Netanyahu in a meeting with President Biden in the USA (Photo: Avi Ohion, GPO.)

Another thing that the survey editors checked is what is the opinion of the public about the Prime Minister's visit to the United States, 61% think that the visit is important and useful, 32% claim that it is unnecessary and no achievements were made, 7% replied that they have no opinion.

About half of the public (55%) think that the protest demonstrations against the Prime Minister during his visit to the United States harm the national interest, while 42% claim that they do not harm and 3% replied that they have no position on the matter.

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