Five days till elections || Haaretz poll: Israel's right-wing bloc drops to 63 seats, center-left rises to 57
The leading party in the right-bloc wing, Likud-Yisrael Beiteinu, is at its weakest point since the campaign opened, according to the poll, scoring just 32 seats; some 15% of respondents undecided.
The last poll to be published before Election Day predicts 63 seats for the Likud-right-Haredi bloc and 57 for the center-left-Arab lineup. This is the lowest number of seats the right has been forecast to receive in Haaretz polls since the campaign began.
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based on recent polls (average)