Herzog Admits: The Polls Messed Us UpLabor head blames misleading polls for creating false confidence, without considering 'Netanyahu could reinvent himself in days.'
Analyst Upset That Election Results Defied PollsTV pioneer Uzi Peled called for an 'investigation' into the election results because they did not match the TV projections.
Nobel Prize Prof.: Left is Right to Criticize BibiProf. Aumann tells Arutz Sheva Netanyahu should reflect long and hard over Shalit deal, Judea-Samaria demolition; urges polling overhaul.
Public Warned: Don't Believe the PollsNetanyahu in media blitz says Labor could defeat him, but could the polls be fabricated?
Likud Continues to Trail Labor 21 to 24Latest poll shows gap at top staying steady, with Jewish Home at 13 and Yachad at 5 in slight gains for each.
Labor Maintains Edge in Latest Election PollLatest election poll from Haaretz sees Labor-Hatnua once again in the lead, with 24 mandates - three above rival Likud.
Poll: Jewish Home 14, Ha'am Itanu 5A Nana 10-TRI poll gives religious-Zionist and hareidi-Zionist parties 19 MKs in total.
Poll: Likud Leads, But Netanyahu Losing ApprovalSeries of surveys find that while Likud keeps marginal lead in the polls, Netanyahu's approval rating has noticeably dropped.
With 9 Weeks Left, It's Likud by a NosePoll average shows Likud and Labor are still neck-and-neck, and Netanyahu's likely coalition numbers 69 MKs.
US Polling Firm Behind Israeli Political Poll?Has the Labor Party hired American help to win the upcoming Knesset elections?
Poll: 61% of Voters Haven't Made Up Their MindsWhatever polls appear in the coming days, there is one statistic to keep in mind: Most voters haven't decided anything yet.
Poll Shows Livni May Not Make It into Next KnessetKnesset Channel poll shows Likud with 22 MKs, Jewish Home with 17; Livni teetering on threshold.
Differing Polls Reveal Gaps in Israeli LeadershipPolls released within 24 hours of each other reveal differing attitudes toward PM Netanyahu. Are Israelis fed up with a 'lack of options'?
Americans' Support for Israel Strong, Poll ShowsMost Americans say they sympathize “a lot” (34%) or “some” (32%) with Israel, after seven weeks of fighting in Gaza.
Israelis Pessimistic on Peace ProcessClose to 90 percent of respondents said that the negotiations would not result in a peace deal.
Poll Shows Nationalists with Whopping 76 SeatsSecond poll in 24 hours shows nationalist surge, especially strong if Likud, Yisrael Beytenu run separately. Analyst credits Yaalon.
Poll: Nationalist Bloc Up by 7 MKsChannel 1 poll shows Likud Beytenu up by 3 seats, Ben Ari and Eldad's party with 3 MKs.
Poll Shows Center-Right Gaining SlightlyLikud-Beytenu would grow from 31 to 34 seats, Jewish Home from 12 to 14.
Americans: US is Losing RespectPoll shows most Americans feel US power and prestige have declined, but suffer 'war fatigue' and want US to 'mind its own business.'
Poll: Slight Boost for Likud, Bayit YehudiLikud, Bayit Yehudi enjoy slight boost in popularity following Israel-PA talks - even as most say Abbas doesn't want peace.
Poll: Labor Up, Likud Down DrasticallyLikud, with Yisrael Beytenu, drops 5 seats to an abysmal 26. Labor is at 21 seats.
65%: No Fear of New HolocaustMost Israelis think the Jewish people do not face a new near-elimination.
'Next to Last' Poll: Bayit Yehudi Beats Out LaborOne of the last polls that will be released before the elections has Bayit Yehudi party edging out Labor as second largest Knesset faction.
Poll: Livni Down to 6 Seats, Jewish Home RisesNew survey shows the right going strong with 67 seats. Jewish Home party rises to 15 while Livni drops to just six.
Poll Shows Kadima isn't Dead YetKnesset Channel poll gives Disengagement party 3 seats in next Knesset.
Poll: Likud Beytenu, Left are Neck on NeckEleven days to elections: Second poll shows the right-hareidi bloc in the lead with 66 seats, but center-left parties still rival Likud.
Likud Rises as Leftists Vow No CoalitionLikud Beytenu regains losses in the polls, but left-wing parties say they will try to thwart a coalition.
Poll: 1 in 3 Want to Cut Funding for HareidimPollsters ask where budget should be cut, and one-third name funding intended for hareidi-religious community.
Poll: Bayit Yehudi Solid Third, Closes in on LaborBayit Yehudi is now polling as the third largest party in the Knesset, and is closing in to become the second largest, a new poll said
Livni Set to Announce She is RunningTzipi Livni will announce she is running for the Knesset – splitting the leftist vote even more than it is now.
Poll: Bibi, Lieberman Still AheadThe Pillar of Defense operation and subsequent ceasefire with Hamas did not hurt Bibi in the polls.
Poll: Ceasefire Weakens LikudLikud Beytenu receives 33 seats in Panels poll, Bennett's Jewish Home 13, Ben Ari's Power to Israel gets 4.
Poll: Nationalist Camp Gains StrengthIsrael’s nationalist parties could win 66 seats in the next election, new poll finds.
Polls: Israelis Prefer Neighbors Like ThemA poll released Sunday showed that Israelis prefer, in general, to live among those like them.
U.S. Race 'All Tied Up', Find Various PollsCNN/ORC International poll finds that 49% support both Obama and Romney. Other polls find that the race is tied as well.
Poll Shows Kahlon Takes Seats from Left, not PMThe first attributed poll since rumors began of Kahlon party shows him with 10 Knesset seats - strengthening the right in the Knesset
PM Advisors: Kachlon 'Acting Like a Fifth Column'Officials close to Netanyahu say that Moshe Kachlon is misleading the public with his recent zig-zag about staying in politics.
Joint List Polls Less Than ExpectedThe first polls since the announcement that the Likud and Yisrael Beytenu would run together indicate that the move may not be worth it.
Obama Hands-Down Winner -- Outside the USPresident Obama would win a landslide victory if elections were held today – but in Europe and India, according to polls.
Romney Surges Ahead, Obama Blames ‘Flawed’ PollThe Obama campaign blames Gallup, one of the world’s most famous pollsters, for “flaws” after a survey shows a surge for Romney.
First Polls Show Right Sweeping Knesset VoteThe first polls taken after the announcement that early elections to be held show the right receiving 65 or more Knesset seats
Rasmussen: Romney 49%, Obama 47%Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Saturday shows Mitt Romney pulling ahead.
Computer Model Says Polls Wrong, Romney Will WinMitt Romney will win – and win big – according to a computer model that has successfully predicted the last eight presidential elections.
Obama May Lose the Vote but Win the ElectionThe neck-and-neck polls look good for GOP candidate Mitt Romney but hide President Barack Obama’s electoral vote advantage.
Poll: United Religious Zionist List Gets 10 MKsKnesset Channel poll shows if parties run separately they will garner a total of 8 seats.
Poll: Israelis Trust the U.S., But Not ObamaTwo thirds of Israelis would support military strike on Iran if diplomacy fails. Three of 10 think Romney will improve relations.
Obama in 10-Point Drop among JewsAmong U.S. Jews, 64% support Obama, down from 74% in 2008 and similar to what Dukakis got in 1988.
Poll: Kadima Crashing to 3 Knesset SeatsKadima would crash from 28 Knesset seats to 3 if elections were held today, Knesset Channel poll says.
Poll: Mofaz Candidacy Hurts KadimaA poll says that Shaul Mofaz would score fewer seats for Kadima than if Tzippy Livni were to continue heading the list.
Livni: I Alone Decide When Primaries Will Be HeldKadima chairwoman Tzipi Livni tried to silence media rumors her party was headed for primaries, as well as internal dissent.
Poll: Nationalist / Religious Bloc has 70 SeatsThree polls in 24 hours show that Netanyahu boosted Likud's standing with Shalit release.
Survey: Religious Right GrowsThe political right-wing and hareidi-religious bloc continues to grow, poll finds. Public support for parties nearly unchanged.
Seculars Won't Study with ArabsSurvey conducted for the Caesarea Conference finds that most secular Israelis aged 18 to 22 are reluctant to study with Hareidim and Arabs.
Poll: American Voters Pro-IsraelIsrael Project checks American attitudes toward Middle East: 56% define themselves as “Israel supporters,” and 10% “Palestinian supporters.”
Israelis Believe PA State ComingSurvey among Israelis finds that most believe a Palestinian state is coming in September along with a new Intifada that has PA support.
Israelis Favor Keeping ValleyThe overwhelming majority of Israeli Jews, on the right and left, think it would be dangerous to give the PA control of the Jordan Valley.
Israeli Jews Don't Trust ArabsA growing majority of Israel's Jews are beginning to see the country's Arab citizenry as a fifth column.