Current polling data points to another victory for Netanyahu’s Likud party with no major changes to Israel’s electoral map.
By Yona Schnitzer, TPS
In the upcoming general elections, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud Party would receive between 27 and 30 seats in the Knesset, making it the largest party yet again, a sum of recent polls indicates.
Next in line would be Yair Lapid’s Yesh Atid party, which is predicted to receive between 15 and 18 seats. The Labor party is projecting roughly 11 parliament seats and a hypothetical new party by former IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. (res) Benny Gantz would reach 15.
The Jewish Home party is expected to grow slightly, reaching somewhere between 9 and 11 seats, as opposed to their current eight. The ultra-Orthodox United Torah Judaism is set to remain at seven seats, while the Shas party is expected to reach five. Kulanu and Yisrael Beitenu are expected to reach between five and seven seats, as does the ultra-left Meretz. The Arab Joint List is expected to fall from 13 to 11 seats.
The current polling data points to another victory for Netanyahu’s Likud party with no major changes to Israel’s electoral map, giving validity to the prime minister’s Monday night proclamation that the current composition of the coalition would be “the basis for the next one.”
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