Panels conducted a poll that was broadcast by Knesset Channel on July 17th 2014.
Current Knesset seats in [brackets]
24  Likud
19  Bayit Yehudi
15  Labor
11  Yesh Atid
10  Meretz
08  Yisrael Beitenu
07  Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
06  Shas
06 [–] Kachalon Party
05  Movement
03  Hadash
03  Balad
03  Ra’am-Ta’al
00  Kadima
70  Right-Religious-Kachalon
50  Center-Left-Arab
Knesset Jeremy Analysis: Prime Minister Netanyahu’s Likud remains number 1. Current trends continue, Bayit Yehudi remains in second and receives 19 seats in this poll. Center-left bloc continues their drop, as expected during wartime. Kachalon is included in this poll, as is the old 2% threshold. The larger parties would see their seats increase if you did not include Kachalon and the poll was conducted with the new 3.25% threshold.
10 Additional Questions:
Should we conduct a ground operation in Gaza now?
63% Yes, 27% No
Do you believe that Israel can topple the Hamas regime in Gaza?
58% Yes, 35% No
Do you think that business owners that sustained damage during Operation Protective Edge will receive adequate financial compensation from the government?
55% No, 33% Yes
Are you pleased or not pleased from the conduct of the following people during Operation Protective Edge?
IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz: Pleased 75%, Not Pleased 14%
Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon: Pleased 59%, Not Pleased 32%
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: Pleased 53%, Not Pleased 43%
Economy Minister Naftali Bennett: Pleased 43%, Not Pleased 48%
Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman: Pleased 38%, Not Pleased 57%
Finance Minister Yair Lapid: Pleased 33%, Not Pleased 52%
Other factors such as Justice Minister Livni & Opposition Leader Herzog were not polled.
Should the Prime Minister form a national unity government with the opposition parties to strengthen him during this operation?
60% No, 28% Yes
Did Prime Minister Netanyahu act correctly by firing Deputy Defense Minister Danon following Danon’s comments against the security cabinet decision?
Acted correctly 51%, did not act correctly 33%.
Among Likud voters: 54% Acted correctly, 24% did not act correctly.
Are Foreign Minister Liberman’s comments against the Prime Minister, against the security cabinet decision for a ceasefire and other decisions appropriate or not appropriate?
61% Not appropriate, 29% appropriate.
Is Israeli Hasbara succeeding in achieving international support for Operation Protective Edge?
51% No, 41% Yes
Should the Israeli government at some point work towards a ceasefire?
65% No, 27% Yes
Have you been in an area where a siren sounded since the beginning of Operation Protective Edge?
87% Yes, 13% No
Knesset Jeremy Analysis: 87% of Israelis have been under a siren, 65% reject a ceasefire, 63% support a ground operation, 58% feel IDF can topple Hamas. 51% support Netanyahu decision to fire Danon and 61% find Liberman’s behavior not appropriate.