Survey of seats: record of support for Netanyahu; Assault erased

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Knitted News22.11.21 08:26 18 in Kislev Tishpev

Survey of seats: record of support for Netanyahu;  Assault erased

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About six months after the formation of the Bennett-Lapid government, a new poll of seats shows that Netanyahu is the most suitable candidate to head the government. More in the survey; His walk continues to lead by a large margin. Assault outside.

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According to a survey by the Maagar Mohot Institute, published on Channel 20, the Likud led by Benjamin Netanyahu receives 33 seats. There is a future – 18. Blue and white is the third largest party with 9 seats.

Also in the poll: Labor, Shas and Torah Judaism receive 8 seats each. Religious Zionism led by Bezalel Smutrich receives 7 seats. The joint list with 7 seats also.

Bennett at the cabinet meeting (Photo: Itai Beit On / GPO, Sound: Ben Peretz / GPO)

Yisrael Beiteinu, headed by Finance Minister Avigdor Lieberman, receives 6 seats. Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s right-wing party, also with 6 seats. Meretz and Ra’am receive 5 seats each.

New Hope led by Gideon Saar receives only 1.3% and does not pass the blocking percentage.

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Respondents were asked who is the most suitable candidate to head the government. 54% answered Benjamin Netanyahu, 24% were interested in Yair Lapid, 9% answered Naftali Bennett and 7% answered Bnei Gantz.

According to the division into blocs: According to the poll, the coalition bloc wins 57 seats, the Netanyahu bloc and the ultra-Orthodox with 56 seats. The joint list with seven seats.

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