Another poll shows coalition losing majority

Channel 1 news releases a new poll showing a drop in support for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party.

According to the poll conducted by the TNS Global market research company, if an election were held today, Likud would drop from its current 30 Knesset seats to 25. Opposition party Yesh Atid on the other hand would jump from 11 to 21 to become the second largest party in Israel.

If made up of the same parties as it is now, the coalition would lose a majority, retaining just 59 seats, the poll predicts.

The survey shows similar results to a poll released last week by Chanel 2 news and the Midgam Institute.

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