The Kan public broadcaster releases its final poll ahead of Tuesday’s Knesset elections, predicting both Prime Minister Netanyahu and his rivals will fall short of a majority.
Netanyahu’s Likud is the largest party in the poll with 31 seats, followed by Opposition Leader Yair Lapid’s Yesh Atid with 19.
The right-wing Yamina and New Hope parties each pick up nine seats, while the majority Arab Joint List and ultra-Orthodox Shas get eight seats apiece. The survey also predicts the ultra-Orthodox United Torah Judaism party and right-wing secularist Yisrael Beytenu will receive seven seats, and the center-left Labor and the far-right Religious Zionism five each.
Rounding out the poll are the centrist Blue and White party, left-wing Meretz and Islamist Ra’am with four seats each.
The poll includes 1,406 respondents and has a 2.6 percent margin of error.