A poll conducted by a pool of minds shows that if the elections had taken place today, the Likud would have been the largest party with 33 seats | Right with 6 seats and a deep storm below the blocking percentage Only 9 percent believe Bennett deserves to serve as prime minister
A poll of seats conducted by the ‘Pool of Minds’ for Channel 20, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s right-wing party stands at 6 seats, Justice Minister Gideon Saar’s New Hope Party does not pass the blocking percentage.
According to the results of the poll, if the elections had taken place today, the Likud would have been the largest party with 33 seats; It is followed by the future of Lapid with 18 seats; Blue and white with 9 seats; Labor, Shas and Torah Judaism, each with 8 seats; Religious Zionism and the joint list with 7 seats; Yisrael Beiteinu and Yemina with 6 seats; Mansur Abbas’ Meretz and Ra’am with 5 seats each.
Divided into blocs: the coalition parties with 57 seats, the opposition parties with 56 and the joint list with 7 seats.
On the question, who do you think is the most suitable candidate to serve as Prime Minister? 54% answered that Benjamin Netanyahu, 24% thought that Yair Lapid was more suitable, 9% thought that Naftali Bennett was suitable for the position he holds and 7% thought that Bnei Gantz.