Left-wing protest against the judicial reform
Left-wing protest against the judicial reformAvshalom Sassoni/Flash 90

A Channel 13 News poll conducted by Professor Camil Fuchs and published on Sunday evening found that the previous coalition wins 63 Knesset seats, compared to 52 for the current coalition.

The poll shows that, if elections were to be hold today, the National Unity Party, headed by Benny Gantz, would win 29 seats while the Likud would be the second largest party with 24 seats.

Yesh Atid would be the third largest party, with 19 seats, followed by Shas with 10 seats. The Religious Zionist Party has 7 seats, and Otzma Yehudit has 4, a decrease compared to the 14 seats won by the united slate of the two parties in the last election.

United Torah Judaism maintains its strength with 7 seats, as does Yisrael Beytenu, which wins 6 seats.

The Channel 13 News poll also found that the Labor Party does not pass the electoral threshold, while Meretz, which remained outside the Knesset after the previous election, wins 4 seats. Ra'am and Hadash-Ta'al maintain their strength with 5 seats each, while Balad does not pass the threshold.

The participants in the poll were asked how they would vote if a new party, led by the leaders of the protest against the judicial revolution, joined the race. The poll found that such a party would receive 5 seats, with four of them coming at the expense of Meretz, which in such a case does not pass the electoral threshold, with the fifth coming at the expense of Yesh Atid.