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.
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%.
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