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The main beneficiary of the poll was the Labor party, reaching 14 seats.
Likud: Yisrael Beytenu proved himself a leftist
Blue & White leader accused Netanyahu of being ‘weak’ and having got the country stuck with a year of election campaigning.
The new poll came on a day when the election got even dirtier than it had been before.
By GIL HOFFMAN
If the right-wing bloc would have the projected majority, Benjamin Netanyahu would be easily able to form a coalition and be prime minister again.
By TZVI JOFFRE
"Once is an incident and twice is a coincidence but the third time is already a system," the ad says.
Meanwhile, the Likud Party is feeling a bit more secure after the latest polls showed a drop in the number of mandates Blue and White is expected to win.
The ads accuse Blue and White of being not centrist, as the party of former IDF chief of staff Benny Gantz portrays itself, but right-wing.
Despite Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party gaining 28 and 29 seats in new polls, a path to coalition appears in new polls.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Gantz, Lapid, Ya'alon and Ashkenazi kick off the campaign at an Ashdod restaurant.
By ZACK EVANS
“What matters is winning the most seats and creating a feeling of victory,” Gantz told the activists.
Much of the report focused on statements Ashkenazi made about people in the Israeli media who are unknown outside Israel. But one statement stood out.
According to the poll, the Likud party gained 30 seats, compared to 29 in last poll, while the Blue and White Party is down to 35 seats from the 37 it had on Friday.
By ILANIT CHERNICK
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