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New poll finds Likud-led bloc to gain 60 seats in election, 1 seat shy of majority

Opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu during an inauguration ceremony for a new neighborhood in Beit El, in the West Bank, July 12, 2022. (Sraya Diamant/ Flash90)
Opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu during an inauguration ceremony for a new neighborhood in Beit El, in the West Bank, July 12, 2022. (Sraya Diamant/ Flash90)

A new Kan survey predicts that the Likud-led right-religious bloc would garner 60 seats — on the cusp of a majority in the Knesset — if elections were held today.

But without 61 seats, Israel’s years-long political crisis, which has already generated five election cycles in less than four years, is poised to continue.

Following are the results of a survey:

Likud 35
Yesh Atid 22
Blue and White-New Hope 12
Religious Zionism 10
Shas 8
United Torah Judaism 7
Joint List 6
Labor 6
Yisrael Beytenu 5
Meretz 5 (if led by Zahava Galon)
Ra’am 4
Yamina below threshold, at 1.6%

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