Poll: Center-Left bloc closing in on Right

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 11, 2012 08:24

 
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The gap between the Right and Left blocs for the January election is tightening, a TNS-Teleseeker poll released by Walla! on Tuesday showed.

The poll showed the Right bloc getting 63 seats of the 120-member Knesset, 6 seats ahead of the Left's 57.

Likud-Beytenu still led the pack with 38 seats, while Labor got 17, Tzipi Livni's "movement" party tied with Yesh Atid and Shas at 11, and Habayit Hayehudi/National Union came in at 9. Kadima, which won the most seats in the last election, garnered just 4 seats in the poll.

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