The pensioners' party has been reportedly gaining strength in the polls.
The increased popularity appeared to have come from Israeli entertainers, such as singers Orna and Moshe Datz, and comedian Eli Yatzpan, expressing their support for the party, Army Radio reported.
The party, representing the elderly, has never been forecasted to garner enough votes to pass the minimum threshold required to attain any Knesset representation.
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