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Labor is the current front-runner for the 2015 elections, according to a Channel 10 poll released Wednesday night. 

Labor would remain in the top spot with 23 seats, followed by Likud with 21 and Jewish Home with 17. 

The Arab parties, if running on a joint list, will gain eleven seats, followed by the Center parties. 

Moshe Kahlon's Kulanu party would win fifth place at ten seats; Yesh Atid, sixth, with nine; and Yisrael Beytenu at seventh, with seven seats.

The hareidi and leftist parties round out the poll, with United Torah Judaism also at seven seats, Meretz at 6, Shas at five, and Eli Yishai's Ha'am Itanu party edging past the threshold with four seats. 

The Channel 10 poll differs somewhat from a Channel 2 poll two days ago which pits Likud and Labor against each other at 24 seats each, and which would see Yishai's party miss the threshold entirely. 

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