Poll: Religious Zionism Gaining Popularity

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A poll conducted by Professor Camil Fuchs for Channel 13 News indicates that if elections took place today, the National Unity party would secure 37 Knesset seats, overshadowing Likud, which would only manage 16 seats.

Yesh Atid, currently the third-largest party in the Knesset, closely trails Likud with 14 Knesset seats. Among the smaller parties, Yisrael Beytenu and Shas are projected to win nine seats each, followed by Otzma Yehudit with eight seats, and United Torah Judaism (UTJ) with seven seats.

Religious Zionism is expected to secure six seats, marking an increase since the previous poll. The Arab parties, United Arab List (Ra’am) and Chadash-Ta’al, are forecasted to win five seats each. Left-wing Meretz would emerge as the smallest party in the Knesset, securing only four seats.

Respondents were questioned about their voting preferences if Likud were led by MK Nir Barkat instead of Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu. In such a scenario, Likud would secure 21 Knesset seats, National Unity would lose two seats, and Yesh Atid, Yisrael Beytenu, and Religious Zionism would each lose one seat.

Additionally, respondents were asked about their voting choices if Gadi Eisenkot replaced Benn Gantz as the chairman of the National Unity camp. In this hypothetical situation, National Unity would rise to 39 Knesset seats, while Yesh Atid and Religious Zionism would each lose one seat.

In terms of the most suitable candidate for the position of prime minister, 48% of respondents favored Benny Gantz, compared to 30% who preferred Netanyahu. Eisenkot received 45% support, surpassing Netanyahu’s 32%. In a comparison with MK Yair Lapid, chairman of Yesh Atid, Netanyahu secured 41% support, while Lapid received only 36%.

{Matzav.com Israel}


  1. The article shown above said:

    Left-wing Meretz would emerge as the smallest
    party in the Knesset, securing only four seats

    They are few in number, but the political Far-Left dominates the news-media and the academic world, and they are the source of very many problems, far-beyond what their small numbers indicate.

    Never underestimate their desire or ability to cause problems for Jews.


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