We have answers for you to these three questions:
1. How many Israelis would vote for each party if elections were held today?
2. What coalition could Netanyahu form if elections were held today?
3. What happens if Netanyahu leaves the Likud Party and form a new, more centrist party (possibly with Defense Minister Barack and Deputy Prime Minister Mofaz)?
Prof. Camil Fuchs’ Poll Trend has been updated, and is your best way to follow the complicated politics of Israel. Click here to see who’s gaining, who’s declining, and what Israel’s current political map looks like.
One nugget to kindle your curiosity: For the first time in our tracking of poll trends, the right wing bloc coalition (Likud + right + religious) is larger than the centrist bloc coalition (Likud + centrist parties).
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