A Channel 13 News poll released on Friday evening shows that if elections were held today, the left-center bloc would be strengthened to 59 seats, compared to the right-wing bloc with 53 seats.
The bloc map does not include "Yisrael Beytenu," which, according to the poll, has eight seats.
The survey shows that if the elections were held today, Blue and White would receive 35 seats, and the Likud - 33 seats.
The Joint List receives 14 seats, Labor-Gesher-Meretz receive 10, Shas and United Torah Judaism receive seven each and the Yamina list receives six seats.
When asked about the role of prime minister, 44% answered that Benjamin Netanyahu was the most suitable, compared to 32% who answered Benny Gantz. Some 16% answered that none of the candidates are suitable for the position.
The survey was conducted on February 7 by Prof. Camil Fuchs of Tel Aviv University and included 701 respondents, of whom 601 are from the Jewish population and 100 from non-Jewish sectors. The polling in the Jewish sector was done by the Midgam Project, led by Dr. Ariel Ayalon. Polling in the non-Jewish sector was conducted by the Stat-Net Research Institute, led by Joseph Maklada. The survey was conducted using known statistical methods, with a sampling error off 3.8%.Translated by Idan Zonshine.