Blue and White maintain lead, Right bloc increases lead

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 31, 2019 20:23
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The Blue and White party is expected to win 32 Knesset seats, while the Likud is expected to receive 28, according to a poll by Channel 12 on Sunday.

The Labor party follows with 8; Hadas-Ta'al 7; UTJ 6; Shas 6; New Right 5; URP 5; Meretz 5; Zehut 5; Kulanu 5; Ra'am-Balad 4; Yisrael Beitenu 4.In terms of blocs, the right-wing bloc enjoys 64 seats, while the Left has 56.



When asked who should be the Prime Minister, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu leads with 38%, while Benny Gantz was chosen by 36%.

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