Feiglin popular among right-wing young voters, says polling czar

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
April 7, 2019 09:43
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Mina Tzemach, who heads the Midgam Institute told Galei Israel Radio Sunday morning that Zehut head Moshe Feiglin didn't sweep any left-wing voters in his election campaign.

"All the Zehut voters are right-wing votes, which stem from voters who didn't have voting rights in the past," Tzemach said likely referring to youngsters who turned 18 since the 2015 election and will vote on Tuesday for the first time.


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