Haaretz poll: A Livni-Olmert-Lapid 'super-party' would outscore Likud
If the center and the left together could garner 61 seats, it would deprive Netanyahu of the ability to form a majority government.
A new centrist party formed by Ehud Olmert, Tzipi Livni and Yair Lapid would win more seats in the next Knesset than the Likud, according to a new Haaretz poll. Were such a party to be formed, it would grab 25 seats, compared to Likud's 24. However, the survey also indicates that, whatever its composition, a right-wing bloc would not lose its Knesset majority.
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