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Ahead of the Israeli elections, Haaretz's polls center aggregates all the opinion polls conducted by the country's leading media outlets: Haaretz, Yedioth Aharonoth, Walla!, Channel 1, Channel 2, Channel 10, Israel Radio, the Knesset Channel and Mako. Updated regularly, the polls center provides you with up-to-date information, cross sections and breakdowns of the latest data.

You can follow the showing of each party individually, or get a bird's eye view of the distribution of the votes along the Knesset's 120 seats. Also, you can look back at past elections and see the evolution of the veteran parties over the years.

The latest poll by Maariv shows that the right-wing parties are maintaining their strength. Likud Beiteinu, while continuing to lose seats to Naftali Bennett's Habayit Hayehudi, is up one seat from the previous poll for a projected total of 36 seats. The Labor Party, whose leader Shelly Yacimovich recently announced that her party won't sit in a government led by Benjamin Netanyahu, is at 18 seats.

The one who hasn't yet ruled out joining his government is Hatnuah chairwoman Tzipi Livni. But she would clearly have trouble doing so - especially if Yacimovich and Lapid are both outside attacking her mercilessly.