The poll taken last week shows that if the elections were held today the Likud would gain six seats and Kadima would lose one. The poll also showed that Liberman’s Yisrael Beiteinu would stay at 15.  Labor would fall to become the fifth biggest party with eight seats, compared to Shas who would lose a seat but stay in double digits with ten.

Haaretz’s Dialog polls are slanted towards the left. An example of which was predicting two days before the 2009 election that Meretz would receive seven seats, compared with the three they would actually receive.  My thoughts on this poll is that the support for the right wing block may be even higher.

Haaretz-Dialog survey of 500 Israelis (including Israeli Arabs) 8 June 2010.
Survey error +/- 4.3 percentage points. Published on 11 June.

If elections held today (expressed in Knesset seats) –
Current Knesset seats in [brackets].
33 [27] Likud
27 [28] Kadima
15 [15] Yisrael Beiteinu
10 [11] Shas
08 [13] Labor
06 [05] Yahadut Hatorah
05 [03] Meretz
03 [04] Nat’l Union
03 [03] Jewish Home
10 [11] Arab parties