With 37 days left until the election, Likud and the Zionist Camp are tied with 23 seats each, a Channel 10 poll found on Sunday.
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According to the poll, Naftali Bennett's Habayit Hayehudi lost two seats since the channel's last survey, and is currently the third-largest party with 14 seats.
The poll gave the Joint List, representing Israel's unified ticket of Arab parties, 13 seats, while both Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid and Moshe Kahlon's Kulanu stand at 10 seats each.
Aryeh Deri's Shas remains stable at six seats, United Torah Judaism also six, and Meretz, Yisrael Beiteinu and Eli Yishai's Yahad (Ha'am Itanu) all stand at five seats.
Asked who they would prefer to see as prime minister, 46 percent said Benjamin Netanyahu, and 31 percent said Isaac Herzog. 23 percent said they did not know.
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