Panels conducted a poll that was broadcast by Knesset Channel 99 on Jan 30 2014.
Current Knesset seats in [brackets]
30  Likud Beitenu
19  Labor
17  Bayit Yehudi
12  Yesh Atid
11  Meretz
07  Shas
07  Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
04  Movement
04  Hadash
04  Balad
03  Ra’am-Ta’al
02  Kadima
61  Right-Religious
59  Center-Left-Arab
Knesset Jeremy Analysis: The clear winner of the Netanyahu-Bennett aftermath is Bennett. Bayit Yehudi gains 5 seats from last week’s Panels poll and Likud Beitenu dropped 4 seats. It is very unusual to see such a change in weekly polls. Another interesting point is that Shas’s slow gradual drop is continuing.
Were Minister Bennett’s words against the Prime Minister worthy of being said considering he is a minister in the government?
Not worthy 52%, Worthy 37%
How should Prime Minister Netanyahu respond to Bennett after his comments?
Ignore him 31%, Criticize him 29%, No opinion 23%, Fire him 17%
Do you support the idea of Jewish settlers in Judea and Samaria staying in their places under Palestinian sovereignty?
No 54%, Yes 38%
Which side on your on in the argument between Minister Yaalon and Erdan on the Homefront Defense Ministry?
Erdan 37%, Yaalon 37%, Don’t know 26%
Is it correct for teachers in schools express their political opinions to their students?
No 63% Yes 34%.
How should the Education Ministry treat the teacher Adam Varta for what he said to his students?
Give him a hearing 45%, Do nothing 31%, Fire him 21%
Should schools install metal detectors to deal with violence problems?
Yes 78%, No 17%