Likud, Yisrael Beitenu Rise In Polling After Crisis

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The people of Israel blame both Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Yisrael Beitenu leader Avigdor Liberman for the repeat election that will take place on September 17, but they will reward both their parties with more seats, a Panels Research poll taken on Thursday for The Jerusalem Post found.

The poll found that two-thirds of Israelis are upset by the decision to disperse the Knesset just a month after it was sworn in. When asked who is to blame for the do-over, 46% said Liberman, 35% Netanyahu, 12% said United Torah Judaism and Shas, and 7% said they did not know.

If the election was held now, Yisrael Beitenu would increase from its current five seats to nine, the poll found, which would make it the third largest party after Likud and Blue and White. The Likud would gain two seats from 35 to 37 – but if, as expected, Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked runs with the party, it would win 41 seats.

Read more at JPOST.

{Matzav.com}

2 COMMENTS

  1. Remember how high Lapid was in the polls? Lieberman will fall the same way. Even if he’ll win, he will not be able to form a govt without chareidim. And even if he will, his mandatory draft law of Yeshiva boys and girls will be met with daily protests.

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