Israeli Politics
Top Arab pollster: Ra'am support erroding

Times of Israel reports that among Arabs, The coalition party, Ra’am is consistently bleeding support, and is falling below Knesset threshold. According to this, if elections were held today, Ra'am would not even be in the next Knesset.

Yousef Maqladeh, who polls Arab Israelis for Ra’am and Joint List, says Ramadan tensions wounded the party badly

In a very interesting segment with regards to which candidate they prefered to serve as Prime Minister, just 3.4% named Bennett, while 28% named former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Foreign Minister Yair Lapid received 25% and Defense Minister Benny Gantz got 11%. Another 32.2% were undecided.

Source: Times of Israel

# Ra'am # The Knesset # Benyamin Netanyahu
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