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Poll trends: The left-wing option is losing steam

by Shmuel Rosner

June 7, 2012 | 8:12 am

Kadima leader Shaul Mofaz (Photo: Reuters)

Kadima is in big trouble, and even if the prediction of just three ‎mandates in a poll two weeks ago was an overstatement, the largest Israeli political party really has been bleeding mandates since joining ‎Netanyahu’s coalition. The two most recent polls put Kadima on seven seats. ‎

Yet Netanyahu would still have many options if elections were held today. The Kadima losses changed our coalition-‎tracker a little, putting the right-wing option (Likud-right-religious) and the centrist option ‎‎(Likud-Kadima-Labor) at essentially the same number.

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