Haaretz poll predicts National Union-NRP to pick up 11 seats, Likud 14; Kadima holds top spot.
Frightened by the sentencing of Omri Sharon and the conviction of Naomi Blumenthal, many politicians are seeking legal advice on what is permissible in an election campaign.
With six weeks to elections, Kadima remains in a stable position, and maintains a significant lead over its two main rivals, Likud and Labor, according to a Haaretz-Channel 10 poll conducted Tuesday night.
Were elections held today, Labor would win 19 seats, Likud gets 13; rightist parties mark gains.
NRP falls below Knesset threshold; none of three Shinui factions likely to win any seats.
The new Olmert looks like someone who swallowed a Ritalin pill before sitting down to barrages of penetrating questions.