Israeli Elections
Likud, Yamina up in first poll after government's collapse

Leftist Meretz left out of next Knesset, poll shows, while haredi parties lose voters to Religious Zionist Party - Otzma Yehudit alliance.

The first poll conducted following the collapse of the Bennett government Monday shows both the Likud and Yamina gaining ground, while the far-left Meretz faction is in danger of being left out of the next Knesset.

If new elections were held today, the poll found, the Likud would receive 36 seats, up from 35 seats in the last Radio 103FM poll, released on May 27th, and up from 30 seats in the previous election.

As reported by Israel National News
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