A new poll by Kan news indicates Netanyahu’s coalition losing ground — though less so than in a recent Maariv survey.
The poll finds that if elections were held today, Likud would win 29 seats; Yesh Atid 26; National Unity 15; Religious Zionism 13; Shas 10; United Torah Judaism 7; Ra’am 6; Yisrael Beytenu 5; Hadash-Ta’al 5; Meretz 4. Labor and Balad would not make it into the Knesset.
The results leave Netanyahu’s right-wing and religious bloc with 59 seats compared to today’s 64.
Asked if they support or oppose the government’s judicial overhaul, 31% back it, 51% object and 18% don’t know. Meanwhile 64% are fearful of the potential economic consequences of the legislation.
The polls was conducted among 1,001 respondents aged 18 and up through calls and online surveys, with a margin of error of 3.2%.