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January 18, 2013 11:16 am

Maariv Poll: Right to Win 72 Seats in Next Knesset

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Israel National News – Five days before the elections, a new poll shows the right strengthening significantly. According to the poll published in Maariv Thursday, right wing parties will sweep the elections, garnering 72 mandates.

The Likud/Yisrael Beiteinu joint list itself has strengthened since the last polls, and is likely to get 37 seats. Support for Bayit Yehudi remains stable, and is set to receive 14 seats. Shas has strengthened since the last polls as well, and is back up to 12 seats. United Torah Judaism is polling at 6 seats, while Otzma Leyisrael is slated to get 2 seats. Taken together, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu could easily form a government of as many as 72 seats with the right and and right of center parties.

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