The latest Yisrael Hayom poll shows that Israelis haven’t changed their minds too much since their last poll and paints a picture not too different from the current Knesset. Only three parties would have a change of more than one seat from their current allotment: Shas, who would lose two seats; Likud, who would gain five; and Independence, who would lose all of their five seats. Kadima’s four-seat gap from Likud in last month’s poll decreases slightly to three seats. An interesting statistic is that 37% of those surveyed were undecided.

Telephone poll carried out by New Wave for Yisrael Hayom on June 28, 2011, with a
representative sample of 624 adult Israelis, including Israeli Arabs, and
published July 1, 2011. Results of the previous New Wave poll from May 27, 2011, are
shown in the middle column.

If elections held today (expressed in Knesset seats), current Knesset seats in [brackets].

32 32 [27] Likud
29 28 [28] Kadima
14 16 [15] Yisrael Beitenu
09 09 [08] Labor
09 09 [11] Shas
05 05 [05] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
04 04 [04] National Union
04 03 [03] Meretz
03 03 [03] Jewish Home/NRP
11 11 [11] Arab parties
—   — [05] Independence

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