Poll: Likud to lose four Knesset seats if Netanyahu indicted

The parties set to receive Likud seats because of an indictment include, Israel Resilience, Yesh, Atid, Yisrael Beytenu and Kulanu.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit (R) (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit (R)
(photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)
Likud would lose four seats in the Knesset, going from 29 to 25 seats, if Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu were to be indicted, pending a hearing in February, according to an Army Radio poll on Tuesday.
The four parties each set to receive a Likud seat because of the indictment include, Israel Resilience, Yesh Atid, Yisrael Beytenu and Kulanu.
Army Radio compared the answers of two questions in their survey: "If there were elections today, who would you vote for?" to
"If the attorney-general decided to indict the prime minister, which would include bribery charges, which party would you vote for?"

Question 1: "If there were elections today, who would you vote for?"
• Likud - 29 seats
• Israel Resilience - 13 seats
• Yesh Atid - 13 seats
• Labor - 9 Knesset seats
New Right - 7 seats
• United Torah Judaism - 7 seats
• Shas - 6 seats
• Ta'al - 6 seats
• Joint List - 6 seats
• Kulanu 5 seats
• Gesher - 5 seats
• Yisrael Beytenu - 5 seats
• Meretz - 5 seats
• Jewish Home - 4 seats
Question 2: "If the attorney-general decided to indict the prime minister, which would include bribery charges, which party would you vote for?"
• Likud - 25 seats
Israel Resilience- 14 Knesset seats
• Yesh Atid - 14 Knesset seats
• Labor - 9 Knesset seats
• New Right - 7 seats
• United Torah Judaism - 7 seats
• Shas - 6 seats
• Ta'al - 6 seats
Joint List - 6 seats
Kulanu - 6 seats
• Gesher - 5 seats
• Yisrael Beytenu - 6 seats
• Meretz - 5 seats
• Jewish Home - 4 seats
The survey was conducted in conjunction with the Midgam and iPanel marketing research firms.