Israel Elections: Shaked's Zionist Spirit hugs electoral threshold - poll

Published date05 August 2022
Publication titleJerusalem Post, The: Web Edition Articles (Israel)
The poll found that a few former Yamina voters were shifting to Zionist Spirit at the expense of the Religious Zionist Party, lifting it above the threshold of 3.25%

Meanwhile, the Likud Party would earn 34 seats, Yesh Atid 23, Blue and White-New Hope 11, Religious Zionist nine, Shas eight, United Torah Judaism (UTJ) seven, Joint List six, Labor and Yisrael Beytenu five each and Meretz, Zionist Spirit and Ra'am four each.

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The Shas party would earn eight seats, United Torah Judaism (UTJ) would garner seven seats, the Joint List would earn six seats, Labor and Yisrael Beytenu would earn five seats and Meretz, Zionist Spirit and Ra'am would earn four seats.

The bloc supporting Prime Minister Yair Lapid would earn 52 seats and the one supporting opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu would earn 58 seats without Zionist Spirit, giving Ayelet Shaked the option of presenting...

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