News poll 12: Netanyahu's bloc drops to 59 mandates
According to the survey, Likud is weakened by two seats and drops to 32, while the bloc of parties opposing Netanyahu rises to 57.
Hadhad-Ta'al and Ra'am pass the blocking percentage with 4 mandates, while Balad is far below the blocking percentage, as well as Ayelet Shaked
Wednesday, September 28, 2022, 9:13 p.m. Updated: 9:33 p.m.
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2 mandates away from the 61st.
Netanyahu (Photo: Reuven Castro)
The Likud is weakened by two mandates and the group of parties supporting opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu drops to 59 - according to an election survey published this evening (Wednesday) on News 12. According to the survey, the Likud led by Netanyahu receives 32 mandates, while at the same time, the Jewish Home party led by Ayelet Shaked continues to pass the threshold. This is while the parties that are members of the current coalition win 57 seats, an increase of one seat compared to the previous poll, which goes to the party of Prime Minister Yair Lapid, which wins 24 seats.
According to the survey, the third largest party is the state camp, with 13 mandates, followed by religious Zionism with 12 mandates. Shas receives 8 mandates, Torah Judaism 7, Yisrael Beitenu 6, and Avoda and Meretz with 5 mandates each.
Hadash-Ta'al and Ra'am receive 4 mandates each, while Balad, which split from the joint list just before the closing of the lists, does not pass the blocking percentage and receives only 1.1% of the votes.
Two other parties that remain far from the blocking percentage are Yaron Zelicha's Economic Party, with 1.2%, and Hadar Mokhtar's Burning Youth with 1.1% of the votes.
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