New TV poll projects 62 seats for Netanyahu’s right-wing bloc

A new poll from Channel 13 gives Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-wing bloc a 62-seat majority in the November election.

The poll shows Likud at 35, with Religious Zionism 12, Shas 8 and United Torah Judaism at 7, for a total of 62. Prime Minister Yair Lapid would get 21 seats, Blue and White-New Hope 12, Labor 6, Joint List 6, Yisrael Beytenu 5, Meretz 4 and Ra’am 4.

Ayelet Shaked’s Zionist Spirit and Eli Avidar’s Israel Free fail to pass the electoral threshold.

The pollsters spoke to 701 people representative of the Israeli public and had a margin of error of 3.7 percent.

It should be remembered that polls only give general indications, particularly in elections where a single seat or two could decide the results.

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