Poll: Jewish Home Stuck at 11 Seats, Labor Top

25 seats for Labor in latest elections poll, despite a different poll suggesting a close race with Likud.

Tova Dvorin, | updated: 12:03

Elections ballots, before shipping to local municipalities, 2015
Elections ballots, before shipping to local municipalities, 2015
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A second pre-elections poll has been published Friday - this time, predicting a clear win for Labor and a struggling Jewish Home.

Labor is in the top spot with 25 seats, according to the Ma'ariv poll, ahead of Likud with just 23. 

Yesh Atid is in third place in this set of results, with 13 seats, ahead of the Arab parties at 12 and Jewish Home at a mere 11. 

Kulanu edges past the haredi parties, with 8 seats versus 7 each for United Torah Judaism (UTJ) and Shas.

Bottoming out this poll are Meretz and Yisrael Beytenu with 5 seats each, and Yachad-Ha'am Itanu back on the bottom at 4 seats. 

Earlier Friday, a Walla! poll predicted a close race between Likud and Labor, with the right-wing parties stronger. Jewish Home had 13 seats, according to those results; Ha'am Itanu pulled ahead of Meretz, with 5 seats instead of four. 


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