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Gallup first conducted their Confidence in Institutions poll in 1973, around the time of the Watergate scandal. The ratings have been updated annually since 1983, except for in 1992.
Without Liberman, the Right-wing parties stand at 59 seats, two below the minimum for forming a coalition.
Netanyahu maintains his power, and so do the Haredim. Liberman is getting stronger and Bennett and Shaked mark a political resurrection.
We appeal to every voter to exercise their democratic right on Election Day – which is a public holiday for this very purpose. So exercise yours – go out and vote!
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The third democratic revolution arrives, when the weakening of the traditional Right and Left means smaller fringe parties are able to make inroads.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
How well do do you know the political parties and candidates running in Tuesday’s election?
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
IDI finds majority of public don’t trust polls
By GIL HOFFMAN
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
The new poll came on a day when the election got even dirtier than it had been before.
By JEREMY SHARON
Parties bash each other over terror attack in Ariel that left one dead.
But close to 75% say those who live outside of Israel should have no vote here
Thus, with the help of the polls, the voter knows the balance of power between the parties, and according to this information, he decides for whom to vote.
By ORI WERTMAN
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