Jerusalem24 – A new Israeli poll shows that although Likud remains the largest party, Prime Minister Netanyahu is still unable to form a government. About a month before the elections for the 24th Knesset, opinion polls continue to try to predict what the Knesset will look like after March 23rd.
And this morning (Wednesday) an opinion poll conducted by Radio 103FM, published by Maariv newspaper, according to which, if elections were held today, and even if the right-wing party joined the right-wing bloc that supports Netanyahu, the bloc would have reached only 59 seats.
According to the poll, Likud is still the largest party in Israel, even in the 24th Knesset, with 28 seats. In second place, with 18 seats, was the Future There party, led by Yair Lapid.
Then comes a new Amal party headed by Gideon Sa’ar with 13 seats, followed by Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked, which settles with 12 seats.
The ultra-Orthodox party share 9 seats, another ultra-Orthodox party occupy 15 seats, Shas has 8 seats and United Torah Judaism 7, and Yisrael Beiteinu also has 7 seats, and Labor continues to safely stand above the blackout rate of 6 seats.
According to the poll, 46% of respondents said that, in their opinion, Israel would be dragged into another round of elections after the current elections.