Zionist Union pulls ahead of Likud as Yesh Atid gains speed in Knesset Channel poll

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
March 10, 2015 14:43

 
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A Panels Research poll broadcast Tuesday afternoon on the Knesset Channel found that 47 percent of undecided voters who are leaning toward casting ballots for the Zionist Union are also considering Yesh Atid.

The poll found that if elections were held now, the Zionist Union would win 24 seats, Likud 21, and Yesh Atid 14. It was the second poll released Tuesday that gave Yesh Atid 14 seats. 

The Panels poll gave the Joint (Arab) List 13 seats, Bayit Yehudi 12, Kulanu nine, Shas seven, United Torah Judaism six, Meretz and Yisrael Beytenu five, and Yahad four.




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