Maagar Mochot Poll: Yesh Atid 25, Likud 24, Bayit Yehudi 14, Zionist Union 12

Maagar Mochot conducted a poll of 507 people with a 4.4% margin of error that was published by Makor Rishon on Dec 29 2017. The poll was conducted on Dec 25-27 2017.

Current Knesset seats in [brackets]

25 [11] Yesh Atid
24 [30] Likud
14 [08] Bayit Yehudi
12 [24] Zionist Union
11 [13] The Joint (Arab) List
11 [10] Kulanu
07 [06] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
07 [05] Meretz
05 [06] Yisrael Beitenu
04 [07] Shas
00 [–-] Yachad, Yaalon, Zehut (as other) under threshold

65 [67] Current Right-Religious Coalition
55 [53] Current Center-Left-Arab Opposition

Additional Questions:

Who is most suited to serve as Prime Minister?

33% None, 24% Netanyahu, 18% Lapid, 7% Yaalon, 6% Gabbay, 6% Bennett, 3% Liberman, 3% Don’t know


Updated KnessetJeremy Polling Average – The Israeli Poll of Polls:


There is an additional poll that was published this week that I will not include in my polling average for two reasons. First, it was conducted for one of the political parties. Second, the polling company that conducted the poll has not released a political poll since 2014. The company was the least accurate polling company in the 2009 and 2013 cycles according to the KnessetJeremy parameters.

Shvakim Panorama conducted a poll for Yisrael Beitenu that the party leaked to Ynet that published it on Dec 26 2017.

Current Knesset seats in [brackets]

24 [30] Likud
19 [11] Yesh Atid
17 [24] Zionist Union
13 [13] The Joint (Arab) List
10 [08] Bayit Yehudi
09 [06] Yisrael Beitenu
08 [06] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
07 [10] Kulanu
07 [05] Meretz
06 [07] Shas
00 [–-] Yachad, Yaalon, Zehut (as other) under threshold

64 [67] Current Right-Religious Coalition
56 [53] Current Center-Left-Arab Opposition


  • Brad Yaker


    Thank you for the always informative updates.

    Could you please provide your opinion on where Avi Dichter stands within the Likud as to the next election.

    Thank you.

  • shilohmuse

    I love the fact that “none of the above” is the most popular for PM, even though we don’t vote separately for Prime Minister.

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