Survey: Most haredim don't want their parties in the coalition

AuthorArutz Sheva Staff
Publication Date09 November 2021
The survey, conducted by Kikar Hashabbat and the Netunei Emet survey institute, included 1,446 haredi participants.

When asked who they would vote for if elections were held today, 87% of Shas voters said they would vote for their party again, as did 85% of United Torah Judaism voters. Six percent of each party's constituents said they would vote for MK Bezalel Smotrich's Religious Zionism party, while 5% of each said they would vote for the other haredi party instead of their own.

Fifty-four percent of Religious Zionism's voters would vote for the same party again, while 3% said they would vote for Shas and 3% said they would support UTJ.

When asked which Knesset member best represented haredi interests, 15.5% named MK Moshe Gafni (UTJ), while 15% named MK Aryeh Deri (Shas). The pair were followed by 9.5% support for MK Uri Maklev (UTJ), and MK Yakov Asher with 8.3% of the vote. MK Michael Malkieli (Shas) received 8.1% of the vote, with MK Moshe Arbel (Shas) coming in with 6.8%, MK Yitzhak Pindrus (UTJ) with 5.2%, MK Meir Porush (UTJ) with 4.8%, and MK Yakov Litzman (UTJ) with just 4%.

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