Poll: Likud would get 39 seats in next elections, Lapid 6

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February 19, 2012 16:48

 
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The Likud will receive 39 seats in the next Knesset with Kadima shrinking to 12, while expectations for Yair Lapid's party have dropped to six seats, according to a poll by the Geocartography Institute.

If elections had been held on Friday, the day the poll took place, the right-wing bloc would grow to 76 seats, and the Likud would make up over half of the bloc.

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