The state camp leads with 23 mandates; The coalition only has 47 seats

A new mandate survey published this evening on Channel 12 shows changes in the political map in Israel.

According to the survey conducted by a sample institute, if the elections were held today, this is how the mandate map in the Knesset would look:

“The State Camp” 23.

The Likud 20.

‘There is a future’ 15.

‘Israel is our home’ 14.

“Labor” and “March 11”.

ש״ס 10.

‘Otzma Yehudit’ 9.

Torah Judaism 8.

Hadash Ta’al 5

and RA 5.

Below the blocking percentage: the state right led by Gideon Sa’ar which gets 2.8%, the BLD led by Sami Abu Shahada with 2.6%, and the religious Zionism led by Bezalel Smotrich who in the previous poll received 4 mandates and this time receives 2%.

The picture of the map of the blocs According to the survey, the opposition is getting stronger and gaining 63 mandates, and the coalition is weakening and gaining 47 mandates, the Arabs with 10 mandates.

The poll examined the possibility of a new party led by Lieberman, Bennett, Sa’ar and former head of the Mossad Yossi Cohen. According to the poll, such a party will receive 25 seats.

In the survey, the respondents were asked about the suitability for the prime ministership between Netanyahu and Yair Lapid. Netanyahu leads with 33% and Lapid received only 29%. 33% said that neither of them is suitable, and 5% do not know.

On the question of compatibility for the prime ministership, between Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz, Gantz leads with a compatibility of 34% compared to Netanyahu who is compatible with 31%. 29% answered that neither Netanyahu nor Gantz is suitable for the position, and 6% answered “don’t know”.

In the question of compatibility for the prime ministership, between Netanyahu and Bennett, Bennett leads with a compatibility of 39% compared to Netanyahu who is compatible with 29%. 27% answered that neither Netanyahu nor Bennett is suitable for the position, and 5% answered “don’t know”.

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