A Likud spokesperson published details from a meeting hosted by Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu at his residence.
“Prime Minister Netanyahu expects the Joint Arab List to win 15 Knesset seats,” the spokesperson said.
The Joint Arab List has been polling between 10 and 12 Knesset seats.
However, Channel 13 reported “surprisingly high levels of turnout in the Arab sector, as well as “long lines at the voting stations since the early morning, and a high level of interest.”
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