A look at what the under-pressure prime minister can do to avoid a fourth election in 19 months.
While the party was projected to win 41 seats in a poll conducted in May, Likud has since plummeted in the polls with a new poll released on Wednesday showing the party winning only 31 seats.
Yamina continued to rise in the polls, receiving 16 seats in the N13 poll and 15 in the N12 poll, more than twice their current amount (6).
If elections were held today, Likud would drop two seats to 34 seats, while Yamina would rise eight seats to 14 seats.
The new government’s opposition seems hapless, but a visionary leader can turn its diverse elements into a viable political alternative
Gantz drops to 10 seats; Likud pulls in 41; Ex-IDF chief Eisenkot joining Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid has no effect.
Gantz will now allow the advancement of anti-Netanyahu bills in the Knesset
"Whoever wants a fourth elections, should say. Those who want to spend billions of shekels while people are left destitute by the coronavirus should come forward."
Here's what to expect in the coming weeks and months as the Knesset works to form a government.