This election had more right votes than last election. Difference was last election the right unified and had almost no wasted votes while the left had small parties that didn't make it. This time you had michael ben ari cost jewish home two seats. That didn't happen last election. Add up the percentages of the right for this election and you will see. So the perspective that the center surged at the expense of the right is false. Kadima made it and the small right parties votes were wasted. The undecideds always were leaning toward center left candidates. There was no center surge.
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from the article: Unnatural bedmates: Time for Haredim to cut loose from the Likud