A poll conducted among people who were certain they would vote in the next elections revealed on Tuesday that Kadima was expected to receive 52 seats in the upcoming elections.
Maagar Mochot, who conducted the poll that was published in Globes, noted that the definite voters would eventually constitute only 60% of the final turnout.
It was also predicted that Likud would get 21 seats, and Labor would have a representation of 12 MKs.
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