On Saturday evening, October 28, the Tenth channel ITV has published the results of a survey conducted for the program «Central headquarters».
According to the survey, if elections to the Knesset 21 convocation took place today, the largest party in Parliament, would remain the Likud, which is gaining 26 seats (four less than in the current Knesset). «Yesh Atid» is gaining 21 seats (10 more than currently), block «Zionist camp» gaining 20 seats (four less than in the Knesset 20-th convocation). United Arab list loses the mandate and gaining 12, «Bayt Yehudi» enhanced two seats and gaining 10. MERETZ is also enhanced by two mandates, gaining 7. The same gets «Kulanu», losing three seats. Party «Our house Israel» gaining a six, adding one seat, and the same is gaining «yaadut Torah», losing one seat. The most dramatic indicator is the position of the SHAS party, which, according to the survey, does not pass the electoral threshold, gaining three seats. Also out of the Parliament remains the party «Yahad» headed by Eli Yishay, who gets two seats.
17% of respondents said that they do not know how to vote in the election, and 8% said that they did not intend to take part in the vote.
Answering the question about who would like to see as Prime Minister, 28% of respondents said Benjamin Netanyahu. 11% got AVI Gabay and Yair Lapid. Ehud Barak would like to see in the office of the Prime Minister 6% of respondents, Naftali Bennett – 5%, Avigdor Lieberman – 3%. 28% of respondents said that they do not like him one of the proposed candidates.