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Israel Poll Trends: Netanyahu’s Coalition Still Strong

by Shmuel Rosner

February 28, 2014 | 1:45 pm

Updated: 04/11/2014

According to the latest Haaretz-Dialogue poll, PM Netanyahu's Likud Beitenu and his coalition currently enjoy impressive levels of support in the Israeli public. The right wing Jewish Home party and left-wing Meretz are also doing relatively well, while Isaac Herzog's Labor party still doesn't seem like a major electoral force to be reckoned with. 

It's worth noting that a recent anouncement made by popular former minister Moshe Kahlon - who intends to return to politics and who reportedly might form a new political party - has prompted a lot of talk in the past few days. The two latest polls by Panels and Midgam include Kahlon's new party, which they give between 10 and 13 mandates (we still haven't added it to our table and the two polls aren't included in our Opposition/Coalition chart).  In any case, here are the latest numbers-



Coalition- Likud Beitenu, Jewish Home, Yesh Atid, Hatnua (68 Mandates in the current Knesset; 69 in the polls)

Opposition- Labor, Shas, Meretz, Yahadut HaTorah, Kadima, Hadash, Balad, Raam Taal, Strong Israel (52 Mandates in the current Knesset; 51 in the polls)


*** the two polls from the 8th and 10th of April include a new party lead by former Minister Moshe Kachlon. The new party received 13 mandates according to Panels and 10 according to Midgam.

All right: Likud Beiteinu+Habayit Hayehudi+Strong Israel

All center: Yesh Atid+Hatnua+Kadima

All left: Labor+Meretz+Hatnua

All religious: Jewih Home+Shas+Yahadut Hatorah+Am Shalem

All Arab: Hadash+Raam Taal+Balad


Click here For the full table (featuring all the polls since the elections).

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