Smith conducted a poll of 450 people that meet the standard of a representative sample of those who define their political worldview as very right, right and center-right within the Jewish sector. The poll was conducted on August 6, 2017, published by Israel National News on August 9, and has a margin of error of 4.6%.

How do you define yourself politically?

Right 53%, Very Right 22%, Center Right 25%

Who did you vote for in 2015?

Likud 46%. Bayit Yehudi 16%, Shas, UTJ or Yachad 14%, Didn’t vote 9%, Kulanu 8%, Zionist Union or Yesh Atid 8%, Yisrael Beitenu 7%, Meretz, Joint List and Other parties 1%

Which of the following personalities do you consider the most idealist?

Naftali Bennett 39%, Other or No opinion 14%, Gideon Sa’ar 12%, Avigdor Lieberman 11%, Gilad Erdan 8%, Israel Katz 8%, Moshe (Boogie) Ya’alon 8%

Note #1: Bennett leads all other candidates in the following demographics: Male (42%), Female (36%), 18-34 (46%), 35-54 (43%), 55+ (31%), Haredi (27%), National Religious (58%), Traditional (35%), Secular (33%), Very right (44%), Right (41%), Center-Right (31%), Likud voters (36%), Zionist Union + Yesh Atid voters (27%), Kulanu (31%), Bayit Yehudi (73%) and Haredi parties (27%).

Note #2: Liberman leads among Yisrael Beitenu voters with 43%.

Who of the following personalities is most loyal to the Land of Israel?

Naftali Bennett 48%, Other or no opinion 12%, Avigdor Lieberman 11%, Gideon Sa’ar 9%, Gilad Erdan 8%, Moshe (Boogie) Ya’alon 7%, Israel Katz 5%

Note #3: Bennett leads all other candidates in the following demographics: Male (54%), Female (41%), 18-34 (61%), 35-54 (50%), 55+ (35%), Haredi (51%), National Religious (58%), Traditional (47%), Secular (39%), Very right (49%), Right (50%), Center-Right (42%), Likud (46%), Zionist Union + Yesh Atid (36%), Kulanu (41%), Bayit Yehudi (75%) and Haredi parties (45%).

Note #4: Liberman leads among Yisrael Beitenu voters with 39%.

Which of the following figures best reflects the values of the right?

Naftali Bennett 45%, Avigdor Lieberman 15%, Other or no opinion 10%, Gideon Sa’ar 9%, Gilad Erdan 9%, Israel Katz 8%, Moshe (Boogie) Ya’alon 4%

Note #5: Bennett leads all other candidates in the following demographics: 50% Male, 41% Female. 58% 18-34, 42% 35-54. 40% 55+. 47% Haredi. 63% National Religious. 41% Traditional. 36% Secular. 48% Very Right. 44% Right. 46% Center-Right. 40% Likud. 42% Zionist Union + Yesh Atid. 45% Kulanu. 66% Bayit Yehudi and 44% Haredi Parties.

Note #6: Liberman leads among Yisrael Beitenu voters with 48%.

Who of the following personalities will stand the strongest against Arab terrorism?

Naftali Bennett 33%, Avigdor Lieberman 27%, Other or No opinion 15%, Gilad Erdan 9%, Moshe (Boogie) Ya’alon 7%, Gideon Sa’ar 5%, Israel Katz 4%

Note #7: Bennett leads all other candidates in the following demographics: 39% Male, 36% 18-34, 39% 35-54, 39% Haredi, 53% National Religious, 44% Very Right, 33% Right, 30% Likud, 31% Kulanu, 58% Bayit Yehudi and 36% Haredi Parties.

Note #8: Liberman leads all other candidates in the following demographics: 34% Female, 28% 55+, 32% Traditional, 37% Secular, 30% Center-Right, 36% Zionist Union + Yesh Atid and 65% Yisrael Beitenu voters.

Who of the following personalities will best protect a united Jerusalem?

Naftali Bennett 60%, Avigdor Lieberman 11%, Other or no opinion 10%, Gilad Erdan 6%, Gideon Sa’ar 5%, Israel Katz 5%, Moshe (Boogie) Ya’alon 3%

Note #9: Bennett leads all other candidates in the following demographics: 65% Male, 54% Female, 67% 18-34, 60% 35-54, 55% 55+, 55% Haredi, 67% National Religious, 55% Traditional, 61% Secular, 62% Very Right, 58% Right, 63% Center-Right, 60% Likud, 61% Zionist Union + Yesh Atid, 55% Kulanu, 76% Bayit Yehudi and 53% Haredi Parties

Note #10: Liberman leads among Yisrael Beitenu voters with 43%.

On the day after Netanyahu who should be the leader of the right?

Naftali Bennett 26%, Gideon Sa’ar 20%, Other or no opinion 16%, Gilad Erdan 13%, Israel Katz 12%, Avigdor Lieberman 8%, Moshe (Boogie) Ya’alon 5%

Note #11: Bennett leads all other candidates in the following demographics: 22% Male, 30% Female, 33% 18-34, 26% 35-54, 47% National Religious, 24% Traditional, 34% Very Right, 28% Right, 21% Likud and 58% Bayit Yehudi.

Note #12: Saar leads all other candidates in the following demographics:  25% 55+, 35% Haredi, 31% Center-Right, 39% Zionist Union + Yesh Atid and 29% Haredi Parties.

Note #13: Katz leads among (20%) Secular and (31%) Kulanu voters.

Note #14: Liberman leads among Yisrael Beitenu voters with 30%.

Of the following three people, on the day after Netanyahu, who should be the leader of the right?

Naftali Bennett 37%, Gideon Sa’ar 36%, Other or No opinion 14%, Avigdor Lieberman 13%

Note #15: Bennett leads all other candidates in the following demographics: 40% Female, 45% 18-34, 38% 35-54, 57% National Religious, 47% Very Right, 40% Right and 66% Bayit Yehudi.

Note #16: Saar leads all other candidates in the following demographics: 40% Male, 44% 55+, 51% Haredi, 36% Secular, 56% Center-Right, 38% Likud, 45% Zionist Union + Yesh Atid, 45% Kulanu and 44% Haredi Parties.

Note #17: Bennett and Saar tied with traditional voters with 35%.

Note #18: Liberman leads among Yisrael Beitenu voters with 61%.

Note #19: From previous question, 93% of Saar voters stayed with him, 90% of Bennett voters stayed and 82% of Liberman voters stayed. 46% of Katz voters and 41% of Yaalon voters went with Saar and 42% of Erdan voters went with Bennett.

On the day after Netanyahu, which of the following figures should be the right-wing candidate for prime minister?

Naftali Bennett 26%, Gideon Sa’ar 24%, Other or No opinion 11%, Israel Katz 11%, Gilad Erdan 10%, Avigdor Lieberman 9%, Moshe (Boogie) Ya’alon 9%

Note #20: Bennett leads all other candidates in the following demographics: 27% Female, 30% 18-34. 28% 35-54, 43% National Religious, 23% Traditional, 38% Very Right, 27% Right and 56% Bayit Yehudi.

Note #21: Saar leads all other candidates in the following demographics: 29% 55+, 35% Haredi, 21% Secular, 32% Center-Right, 21% Likud, 39% Zionist Union + Yesh Atid and 38% Haredi Parties.

Note #21: Bennett and Saar tied with male voters with 24%.

Note #22: Katz leads among Kulanu voters with 28%.

Note #23: Liberman leads among Yisrael Beitenu voters with 43%.

Of the following three people, on the day after Netanyahu, who should be the right-wing candidate for prime minister?

Naftali Bennett 36%, Gideon Sa’ar 35%, Avigdor Lieberman 15%, Other, No opinion 14%

Note #24: Bennett leads all other candidates in the following demographics: 37% Female, 40% 18-34, 39% 35-54, 52% National Religious, 35% Traditional, 46% Very Right, 39% Right and 63% Bayit Yehudi.

Note #25: Saar leads all other candidates in the following demographics: 39% Male, 43% 55+, 47% Haredi, 37% Secular, 55% Center-Right, 35% Likud, 55% Zionist Union + Yesh Atid, 45% Kulanu and 47% Haredi Parties.

Note #26: Liberman leads among Yisrael Beitenu voters with 48%.

Note #27: From previous question 94% remained with Saar, 92% with Bennett and 87% with Liberman. 44% of Erdan voters went to Bennett, 47% of Katz voters went to Saar and there was a 30% tie of Yaalon voters between Bennett and Saar.

 

 

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