Ynetnews reports: A poll ordered by Moshe Kahlon’s Kulanu party shows that MK Yair Lapid’s (pictured) party Yesh Atid is garnering more and more support, while the Likud party is losing its power.
According to the poll, conducted three weeks ago, if elections were held today, the ruling Likud party would get 23 of the Knesset’s 120 seats, a major drop from the 30 it current holds. Meanwhile, Lapid’s party would get 20 seats, a significant hike to the 11 it currently has.
The leading opposition party, Zionist Union, would drop from 24 seats to only 16, Bayit Yehudi would jump from 8 seats to 13, while Kahlon’s Kulanu would lose only one seat, going from the 10 it currently has to 9.
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