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Israel Poll Trends: Coalition, Netanyahu, and Bennett doing well in post-war polls

by Shmuel Rosner

April 14, 2014 | 6:01 am

Updated: 09/14/2014

Despite initial post-war reports about the Israeli public's loss of confidence in Netanyahu's leadership, the first wave of post-war polls shows strong support for his coalition and for the Israeli right, which has the support of almost half of the Israeli electorate. Naftali Bennett has been doing particularly well (according to most of the recent polls, the Jewish Home would be the second largest party if elections were held today). Meanwhile, Yesh Atid, Yair Lapid’s party, seems to be losing ground, and the Labor Party still isn’t showing any signs of getting back to being a true powerhouse.

Here are the latest numbers –


Coalition- Likud Beitenu (Likud+Yisrael Beitenu), Jewish Home, Yesh Atid, Hatnua (68 Mandates in the current Knesset; 71 in the latest poll)

Opposition- Labor, Shas, Meretz, Yahadut HaTorah, Kahlon, Kadima, Hadash, Balad, Raam Taal, Strong Israel (52 Mandates in the current Knesset; 49 in the latest poll)


*** Polls which include Moshe Kahlon's (presumably centrist) party

All right: Likud Beiteinu (Likud+Yisrael Beitenu)+Habayit Hayehudi+Strong Israel

All center: Yesh Atid+Hatnua+Kadima+ Kahlon

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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