Maariv Poll shows Likud Beytenu still on top

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January 17, 2013 09:54

 
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A poll conducted by Ma'ariv on Thursday morning showed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's Likud party continues to lead opinion polls ahead of the January 22 parliamentary election.

Ma'ariv predicted Likud Beytenu would receive 37 seats, in spite of reports of the recent dispute with the US losing the party seats.

The poll predicted 15 seats for Labor, and 14 for Bayit Yehudi, whilst Arab parties and Meretz lagged behind with the latter bringing 7 seats. Polling the Arab parties separately, the Israeli daily held Balad would receive 3 seats, UAL Taal also 3, and Hadash predicted to hold 4.

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