Poll: Little electoral fallout from Liberman resignation

December 20, 2012 13:22


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Avigdor Liberman's resignation as Foreign Minister over an impending hardly swayed voters, an Israel Radio poll released Thursday found.

According to the poll, the majority of those surveyed said the scandal did not change their vote, while 2% said they would vote for a different party and 1%
moved themselves to the undecided category.

The poll put Likud Beytenu at 36 seats, Labor at 19, and Bayit Yehudi, Shas and Yesh Atid each at 11.

The poll also forecast 9 mandates for The Tzipi Livni Party, 6 for UTJ, 4 each for Meretz and Hadash, and 3 a piece for Balad, Ra'am-Ta'al and Am Shalem.

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