Towards a year for the government: A poll of seats published tonight (Friday) in News 12 found that most of the Israeli public sees the end of the government, including its supporters. More than half of respondents thought the government would collapse within six months, and even less. At the same time, only 12% of respondents estimated that the Bennett-Lapid government would complete a term.
In answer to the question of which party they would vote for if the election were held today, it was found that the Likud with 35 seats, Yesh Atid remains with 17, Blue and White jumps to 10, and Shas with 9 seats.
In addition, religious Zionism strengthens in the mandate and rises to 8, Torah Judaism with 7, the joint list with 6 and the work weakens in the mandate to 6. The right is left with 5 seats, Yisrael Beiteinu with 5 and Tikva Hadash, Ra’am and Meretz with 4 seats each.
The bloc map shows that the right-wing bloc wins 59 seats, compared to 52 in the last election. The current coalition wins 55 seats. As for the question of who is best suited to serve as prime minister – Bennett or Netanyahu, 46% answered Netanyahu while only 21% answered Bennett. Netanyahu or Lapid – 46% answered Netanyahu and 24% answered Lapid.
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