With one day to go before Israel’s 4th election in under 2 years, the Kantor Institute released its final poll before Election Day (March 23). The winner looks be the Likud party and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
According to the poll results, which were published by Kan News, the Likud strengthened to 31 seats; that’s two seats more than the party pulled in a March 11 Kantor poll. It should be noted that while strengthening in the polls, the Likud party is projected to receive fewer Knesset seats than it currently controls (36).
The poll shows that Yemina, led by Naftali Bennett, has weakened to nine seats, down from 12 seats in the March 11 poll. New Hope, another right-wing party led by Gideon Saar, is also down to nine seats, a drop from 11 seats in the March 11 poll.
The poll also shows the next strongest party to Likud is Yesh Atid, led by Yair Lapid, with 19 seats. The party also received 19 seats in the March 11 poll.
The survey was conducted among 1,406 men and women aged 18 and over, in a combined online and telephone sample, including the Arab sector, from March 17 to March 18. The sampling error is 2.6%.