Updated Channel 2 exit poll: Likud Beytenu up to 33

January 23, 2013 01:49


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Channel 2 on Wednesday night updated their exit polls, predicting that Likud Beytenu seats will rise to 33 from a predicted 31.

The surprise of the elections, Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid with a predicted 19 seats, dropped slightly to 18 in the updated data. Bayit Yehudi also dropped one seat, to 11.Kadima stayed out of the picture in the updated seats count, but were reportedly very close to crossing the threshold.

Meanwhile, Labor stayed steady at 16 seats, Shas 12, United Torah Judaism 7, Tzipi Livni Party at 7, Meretz 6, Hadash 4, United Arab List – Ta'al 3, Balad 3, Channel 2 reported.

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