According to a poll broadcast yesterday the Likud had developed a five seat lead over Kadima 34-29. The second poll, published today, showed an eleven seat gap 33-22. The second poll gave the right 70 seats, a gain of five.

If elections were held today, expressed in Knesset seats, current Knesset seats in [brackets], Poll #1 on left and Poll #2 in middle.

34 33 [27] Likud
29 22 [28] Kadima
14 17 [15] Yisrael Beitenu
NA 10 [11] Shas
08 09 [08] Labor
NA 06 [03] Meretz
NA 05 [05] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
NA 03 [04] National Union
NA 02 [03] Jewish Home/NRP
NA 11 [11] Arab parties*
NA 02 [00] Green Party
NA 00 [05] Independence led by Ehud Barak

Poll #1 Sarid Institute Poll for Israel Television Channel 2 News broadcast on May 24

Poll #2 GeoCartographia Poll by Professor Avi Dagani published on May 25

GeoCartographia asked: Are you for or against ’67 borders with mutual swaps as outlined by President Obama? 61% were against, 27% were for.

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