Opposition Leader Herzog led the Zionist Union to first place in the Tel Aviv district with 26.9% of the vote and picked up six seats from the district. Prime Minister Netanyahu’s Likud finished second with 21.3%, which gave them 4.8 seats. Lapid’s Yesh Atid won about 2.5 seats with a third place finish of 11.2%. Kahlon’s Kulanu picked up 1.8 seats with 8% of the vote. Meretz finished in fifth place with 7.1%, representing 1.5 of their six seats.

The Tel Aviv District represented about 22.5 seats with a voter turnout of 66.9%. The turnout was lower than the national average of 72.3%. The Tel Aviv District is home to ten cities, two local councils and two villages.

Party-By-Party Breakdown:

Zionist Union: The Herzog-Livni ticket was a clear favorite across the District with nine victories and four second place finishes. The 26.9% vote in the District was significantly higher than their 18.67% national average. The Zionist Union ticket picked up 34.45% in Herzliya and 34.27% in Tel Aviv.

Likud: Netanyahu picked up victories in Holon, Bat Yam, Or Yehuda and Azor. Likud finished in second place in six cities. The District vote of 21.3% was below their 23.4% national average.

Yesh Atid: Lapid finished third overall in the Tel Aviv district but suffered significant losses across the board. He dropped from 21% to 11.55% in Tel Aviv, 20% to 12.5% in Holon, 23% to 14.28% in Ramat Gan, 15% to 9.27% in Bat Yam, and 26% to 14.98% in Herzliya. Lapid’s 11.2% district vote was still significantly higher than his 8.82% national average.

Kulanu: Kahlon came in fourth with 8%. He did particularly well in Holon with an 11.98% showing.

Meretz: The left-wing party finished fifth in the district with 7.1% and third in Tel Aviv with 13.02%. Meretz also had great showings in Hertzlia (6.51%) and Ramat Gan (6.15%).

UTJ: UTJ won Bnei Brak, which helped them finish in sixth place with 7.1% of the vote, giving them over a seat and a half of their six seats overall. 87.4% of UTJ’s vote in the district came from Bnei Brak.

Shas: The Deri-led party finished seventh with 6.7% of the vote, representing over a seat and a half of their seven seats. Shas dropped across the board in Tel Aviv, Holon, Ramat Gan, Bat Yam and Herzliya.

Bayit Yehudi: Bennett finished eight with 4.1% and picked up close to a seat. Bayit Yehudi finished low in a number of cities including Bnei Brak (2.35%), Tel Aviv (3.36%) and Herzliya (4.16%).

Yisrael Beitenu: Liberman’s party took 3.4% of the vote and picked up 0.7 seats. It was a mixed bag for him as he took 12.88% in Bat Yam but just 2.09% in Tel Aviv.

Others: Yachad finished tenth with 1.8%. The Joint Arab List won 1.2%, and Green Leaf took 1%. Greens and Nach Nach Party took 0.1% each. Each of the other parties finished under 0.1%.

City Kosher Votes Eligible Votes Zionist Union Likud Yesh Atid Kulanu Meretz UTJ
Tel Aviv 261345 403338 89567 47526 30241 17989 34056 2628
Holon 102064 154550 20535 31833 12760 12230 2173 631
Ramat Gan 85126 123618 26515 19542 12152 8288 5238 834
Bnei Brak 78621 101291 1004 3591 508 902 158 46661
Bat Yam 68204 124035 9942 22756 6344 7662 966 704
Herzliya 53681 77395 18495 11747 8040 4586 3495 578
Giv’atayim 33486 45863 13526 5636 5183 2595 3219 193
Ramat HaSharon 26635 35514 11767 4223 3902 1606 2392 650
Kiryat Ono 20454 26750 7208 4176 3458 1797 1223 103
Or Yehuda 18520 26366 2250 7509 1370 2084 255 304
Azor 6466 9238 1407 1994 794 716 140 66
Kfar Shmaryahu 1198 1762 636 157 194 40 102 6
Glil Yam 269 318 169 17 31 9 28 0
Mikveh Israel 108 156 43 16 9 10 7 0
Total 756177 1130194 203064 160723 84986 60514 53452 53358
% 66.9% 26.9% 21.3% 11.2% 8.0% 7.1% 7.1%
Seats 22.5846 33.75527 6.06487 4.8003 2.5383 1.8074 1.5964 1.594
City Kosher Votes Eligible Votes Shas Bayit Yehudi Yisrael Beitenu Yachad The Joint Arab List Other
Tel Aviv 261345 403338 10189 8772 5446 2906 8488 3537
Holon 102064 154550 8046 4959 5601 1842 91 1363
Ramat Gan 85126 123618 2661 5134 2167 1205 196 1194
Bnei Brak 78621 101291 18843 1848 533 4323 13 237
Bat Yam 68204 124035 4692 3513 8785 1651 123 1066
Herzliya 53681 77395 1529 2250 1433 593 101 834
Giv’atayim 33486 45863 417 1520 443 268 101 385
Ramat HaSharon 26635 35514 498 740 287 249 57 264
Kiryat Ono 20454 26750 505 1052 446 208 32 246
Or Yehuda 18520 26366 2682 841 622 401 10 192
Azor 6466 9238 517 364 254 114 2 98
Kfar Shmaryahu 1198 1762 2 29 9 8 4 11
Glil Yam 269 318 4 6 0 0 4 1
Mikveh Israel 108 156 1 18 2 1 0 1
Total 756177 1130194 50586 31046 26028 13769 9222 9429
% 66.9% 6.7% 4.1% 3.4% 1.8% 1.2% 1.2%
Seats 22.5846 33.75527 1.51084 0.9272 0.7774 0.4112 0.2754 0.282

Journalists: Please credit and/or link to the information if you choose to use it. I am happy to give additional insight if requested to do so.

Link: Jerusalem District Report and Data:

https://knessetjeremy.com/2015/09/17/the-2015-election-jerusalem-district-vote-the-most-comprehensive-report-and-data-in-english-on-jerusalem-district/

Link: Judea and Samaira (West Bank) District Report and Data:

https://knessetjeremy.com/2015/09/08/the-settler-vote-2015-the-most-comprehensive-report-and-data-on-judea-and-samaria-west-bank-district/

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