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Further decline for Blue and White in polls, Right bloc takes the lead
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Mar 14, 2019 2:21 PM 1+ week ago

A poll taken for Channel 12 by pollsters Mina Tzemach and Mano Geva found that if elections would be held now, Blue and White would win 31 seats, five less than in the last survey taken by the same pollsters eight days earlier.

The Likud also fell - to 28 seats, down from 30 in the last poll.

The poll also showed a 64 to 56 lead for the Right-Center bloc over the Left-Center bloc, the largest since elections were initiated on December 24.

But the poll indicated that results could change dramatically at the last moment, because six parties are teetering on the 3.25% electoral threshold with four seats each.

One of those is the New Right Party led by Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked. Former Jerusalem Post columnist Caroline Glick is sixth on the list.

The poll predicted 10 seats for Labor; seven each for Hadash-Ta'al, United Torah Judaism and the Union of Right-Wing Parties; six for Shas; and four each for ...

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