Analysis of voting in Israel's last election || Israel's secular voters buoyed Bennett's Habayit Hayehudi at polls, study finds
Naftali Bennett's right-wing party came fourth in Israel's January election with more than 9 percent of the vote, mainly thanks to secular Israelis - but it lost support at its base in the religious-Zionist community.
The right-wing Habayit Hayehudi party did well in the recent election thanks to support from secular voters, while it lost among religious-Zionist voters, says Prof. Asher Cohen of Bar-Ilan University's political science department.
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