Exit polls predict Likud winning elections with x mandates

Kadima expected to earn ? mandates, Labor takes ? seats, Israel Beiteinu disappoints supporters with only ? mandates.

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February 10, 2009 21:04

 
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With voting stations officially closed, exit polls at 10 p.m., Tuesday suggested that Likud chairman Binyamin Netanyahu would become Israel's next prime minister. The Channel 1 poll showed Likud winning ? mandates, and Kadima trailing closely behind with ? seat. Labor was predicted to earn ? mandates, and Israel Beiteinu was slated to get ? seats. The Channel 2 poll narrowed the gap between first and second place, showing Likud with ? mandates, and Kadima with ? seats. Labor was predicted to earn ? mandates, and Israel Beiteinu ? seats. Channel 10 followed the same pattern, predicting Likud with ? mandates, Kadima with ? seats, Labor with ? seats, and Israel Beiteinu with ? mandates.

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