Likud fears it may score only 31 seats in light of party's low voter turnout
Netanyahu traveling around the country to encourage voters to go to the polls.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Haaretz late Tuesday afternoon that voter turnout in Likud strongholds around Israel were low, highlighting the growing fear within his party that it may be crashing in the election. As the evening wore on, Netanyahu was continuing his efforts to awaken Likud voters across the country.
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based on recent polls (average)