Smith conducted a poll of 420 Haredi people for Bechadrai Chedarim that was published on Jan 10 2019.

The poll found that a Joint Haredi List would receive 15 seats compared to 12 on their own.

If the parties remained in the current situation so UTJ would receive 7 seats and Shas 6.5 seats compared to 0 for Yachad that stands on 3% (under 3.25% electoral threshold).

If UTJ split into two so Shas would receive 6.5 seats, Degel HaTorah would receive 4.5 seats, Agudat Yisrael would receive 3.5 seats, with Yachad not passing the threshold.

In the 20th Knesset Shas won 7 seats and UTJ 6.