Poll: Current right-wing Knesset parties wouldn’t get majority in April election

A new poll released by Walla news shows that while Likud would command a wide lead over other parties if elections were held today, the right-wing bloc of parties in today’s coalition (Likud, New Right, Kulanu, United Torah Judaism, Shas and Jewish Home) would hold just 59 seats and not the required 61 to form a coalition.

According to the poll, each of the current lists (not counting for possible merger deals in the works) would receive:

1. Likud: 31
2. Israel Resilience: 19
3. Lapid: 13
4. Labor: 9
5. New Right: 8
6. United Torah Judaism: 7
7. Ta’al: 6
8. Meretz: 5
9. Jewish Home/National Union: 5
10. Joint List: 5
11. Kulanu: 4
12. Gesher: 4
13. Shas: 4
14. Yisrael Beytenu: 0

–Raoul Wootliff

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