Haaretz Poll: Likud, Zionist Union Tied at 23 Seats Each

Three weeks before election, Lapid's Yesh Atid rises to 12 seats – the same number of seats as Bennett's Habayit Hayehudi and the Joint List comprised of the Arab parties.

Yossi Verter
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Haaretz poll 24.2.2015
Haaretz poll 24.2.2015
Yossi Verter
Yossi Verter

Three weeks before the election, a new Haaretz poll shows that were ballots cast today, the Likud and the Zionist Union would win the same number of seats – 23 each.

Compared to the previous Haaretz poll, conducted in early February, the Likud loses two seats while the Zionist Union maintains its strength.

According to the new poll, three parties would currently win 12 seats each: Yesh Atid, headed by Yair Lapid (up by 3 seats compared to the last poll), Habayit Hayehudi, headed by Naftali Bennett (down 2 seats) and the Joint List (Arab parties).

Kulanu, headed by Moshe Kahlon, is next with 9 seats, Shas and United Torah Judaism with 7 each, Yisrael Beiteinu with 6, and both Meretz and Yahad (Eli Yishai) with 4 seats each.

21 percent of respondents said they do not know who they will vote for, or said they do not intend to vote in the upcoming election.

The poll was conducted among 514 respondents and the margin of error is 4/2 percent for every question.

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