Channel 1 exit poll: Likud Beytenu 31 seats; Yesh Atid 19

January 22, 2013 22:01


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Channel 1 released their exit polls on Tuesday evening, predicting that Likud Beytenu would fall to 31 seats.

The surprise of the elections, according to Channel 1's exit polls, was Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid with 19 seats.

The Labior Party received 17 seats, Bayit Yehudi 12 seats, Shas 11 seats, Meretz and the Tzipi Livni Party with 7 seats each, and United Torah Judaism with 6 seats.

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