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Smith conducted a poll that was broadcast by Reshet Bet Radio on Oct 4 2016.

Current Knesset seats in [brackets]

26 [30] Likud

21 [11] Yesh Atid

13 [24] Zionist Union

13 [13] The Joint (Arab) List

12 [08] Bayit Yehudi

08 [06] Yisrael Beitenu

07 [10] Kulanu

07 [06] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ

07 [07] Shas

06 [05] Meretz

 

67 [67] Current Right-Religious Coalition

53 [53] Current Center-Left-Arab Opposition

Keevoon Global Research conducted a poll of 1,140 people on Oct 31-Nov 2 with a 3% margin of error for the iVoteIsrael NGO that was published on Nov 3 2016.

Estimates put the final number of Israeli voters who participated in US election at about 30,000.

Which candidate did you vote for President?

49% Trump, 44% Clinton, 5% Other/abstain, 2% Johnson, 0% Stein

Vote by age: Clinton leads with 18-24, 25-34 and 35-44 brackets. Trump leads with 45-54, 55-64 and 65+ brackets. Clinton best is 25-34 and Trump best is 65+.

Vote by gender:

Males: 59% Trump, 33% Clinton, 8% Other
Females: 52% Clinton, 42% Trump, 6% Other

Vote by religiosity:

Secular: 75% Clinton, 22% Trump, 3% Other
Traditional: 54% Clinton, 40% Trump, 6% Other
Religious: 63% Trump, 27% Clinton, 10% Other
Ultra-orthodox: 85% Trump, 11% Clinton, 4% Other

What is your party affiliation?

33% Democrat, 27% Republican, 22% Don’t remember, 18% Independent or no party

Dem registered voters: 72% Clinton, 25% Trump, 3% Other
GOP registered voters: 83% Trump, 10% Clinton, 7% Other
Independents/not registered with party: 45% Trump, Clinton 44%

Top 10 States Breakdown:

35% New York: Trump 52%, Clinton 39%, Other 9%
10% New Jersey: Trump 62%, Clinton 28%, Other 10%
8% California: Trump 52%, Clinton 41%, Other 7%
6% Maryland: Trump 58%, Clinton 38%, Other 4%
6% Pennsylvania: Clinton 55%, Trump 43%, Other 2%
5% Illinois: Clinton 62%, Trump 29%, Other 9%
5% Florida: Trump 61%, Clinton 39%, Other 0%
4% Ohio: 44% Trump, 44% Clinton, 12% Other
4% Massachusetts: Clinton 63%, Trump 26%, 11% Other
4% Michigan:  Clinton 53%, Trump 47%, Other 0%

What is the most important issues that influenced your vote for President?

43% Foreign Policy including Israel, 31% Other, 10% Influence on the Supreme Court, 7% Jobs/Economy, 6% Terrorism/National Security, 2% Healthcare, 1% Illegal Immigration

Foreign Policy voters: 64% Trump, 17% Clinton. Other: Clinton voters 54%.

What was the main quality or reason you considered in your choice for President?

49% Danger of electing other candidate, 11% Experience in government, 10% Leadership, 9% Character, 8% Vision, 6% Experience in business/Political outsider, 6% Other, 0% Endorsements/Campaign advisers

Trump voters: 60% Danger of electing other candidate, 12% Experience in business/Political outsider, 9% Leadership, 9% Vision, 6% Other, 3% Character, 0% Experience in government, 0% Endorsements/Campaign advisers

Clinton voters: 39% Danger of electing other candidate, 25% Experience in government, 14% Character, 11% Leadership, 7% Vision, 3% Other, 1% Experience in business/Political outsider, 0% Endorsements/Campaign advisers

Regardless of who you voted for, do you have a favorable or unfavorable impression of:

Pence: 43% Favorable, 27% Unfavorable, 30% Don’t know (+16)
Clinton: 34% Favorable, 64% Unfavorable, 2% Don’t know (-30)
Trump: 32% Favorable, 65% Unfavorable, 3% Don’t know (-33)
Kaine: 23% Favorable, 36% Unfavorable, 41% Don’t know (-13)

Immigration to the United States was a major campaign issue during this election. Which comes closer to your view? Immigrants today…

40% Strengthen the US through hard work and talents, 29% Represent a threat to US national security, 19% Don’t know, 12% Are a burden to the US by taking jobs, housing and healthcare

When it comes to U.S. foreign policy, what do you think is the most important issue that the new President should focus on?

54% Fighting global terror, 18% Iranian nuclear threat, 9% Other, 8% Military involvement in Ukraine and Syria, 6% Protect the US against cyber-attacks, 3% Palestinian peace process, 2% North Korea nuclear threat

Few Additional findings:

Note #1: 72% of Clinton voters voted the same party as President for Senate/Congress compared to 59% for Trump voters. 1% Only voted for Senate/Congress and not President. 5% don’t remember what they did.

Note #2: The worst on the Favorable/Unfavorable is the outgoing President. A majority found President Barack Obama unfavorable including 51% who found him very unfavorable.

Note #3: A majority opposes the P5+1 Iran Nuclear Deal Framework Agreement including 64% who oppose it strongly. Just 8% don’t know or have a position on the issue.

Note #4:  Israelis think that funding for the iron dome missile defense program is more important than preventing Iran from obtaining Nuclear weapons.

Question to 197 respondents who registered but did not vote: What was the main reason you did not vote in this election?

50% Did not get my ballot on time, 21% Didn’t like either presidential candidate, 17% Other, 8% Voting wasn’t worthwhile in my state, 4% Both candidates were equally good/bad

Exit Polls in 2008 and 2012:

2008: 76% McCain, 24% Obama
2012: 85% Romney, 14% Obama

Demographic breakdown:

Gender: 50% Male, 50% Female
Age: 28% 61+, 25% 55-64, 17% 25-34, 14% 45-54, 12% 35-44, 4% 18-24
Are you a: 90% Israeli citizen, 7% Permanent resident, 2% Tourist, 2% Student
How long have you been in Israel: 58% 15+ years, 19% 8-14 years, 15% 4-7 years, 6% 1-3 years, 2% Less than a year
How do you define yourself: 50% Orthodox, 18% Secular, 16% Traditional, 8% Ultra-orthodox, 6% Prefer not to answer, 2% Not jewish
Where do you live: 52% Jerusalem/Mevasseret/Gush Etzion/Beitar/Bet Shemesh/Maale Adumim, 30% Tel Aviv/Modiin/Raanana/Hertzliya/Ariel/Rechovot/Petach Tikva/Netanya, 8% Other, 8% Haifa/Tiberius/North, 2% Beer Sheva/Eilat/South

Midgam conducted a poll for the Knesset Channel that was broadcast on Oct 27 2016.

Did the Iraqi Military takeover of Mosul advance the destruction of the ISIS State?

44% Yes, 36% No, 19% Don’t know

Did the Iraqi Military takeover of Mosul weaken the opposition to Assad in Syria?

45% No, 30% Don’t know, 25% Yes

In the long term will the dream of Islamic extremists to create an Islamic State according to the laws of the Koran disappear or remain?

66% Remain, 22% Disappear, 12% Don’t know

What will happen to the Islamic State of ISIS as a result of the coalition efforts to destroy it through the help of the Iraqi and Kurdish armies?

40% Weaken, 20% Won’t change, 19% Don’t know, 12% Destroy, 9% Strengthen

Is the fight between Shiites and Sunnis in Islamic states utilized enough by Israeli Hasbara?

47% Not at all, 23% Utilized a little but enough, 22% Don’t know, 7% Utilized enough

Are the Muslim refugees that are going from Syria and ISIS to Jordan endangering the stability of the Jordanian Government?

57% Yes, 22% No, 21% Don’t know

Are the United States and the other western states doing enough to strengthen the moderate Muslims in Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States?

51% Not enough, 24% Not at all, 17% don’t know, 8% Enough

 

Midgam conducted a poll of 512 Haredim for Mishpacha (Family) Magazine that was published on Oct 12 2016.

Which Party will you vote for in the next elections?

62% UTJ, 13.6% Shas, 9.8% Don’t know, 6.4% Different Haredi party, 4.7% Don’t vote, 3.5% Non-Haredi party

Among Haredi Ashkenazim: 82.8% of Lithuanians (Degel HaTorah) will vote UTJ compared to 74.5% of Hasidim (Agudat Yisrael). Overall 2.5% of Haredi Ashkenazim will vote Shas.

Among Haredi Sephardim: 52.8% Shas, 17% Undecided, 10.2% A Haredi Party that is not Shas or UTJ, 10% UTJ and 10% won’t vote or will vote for a non-Haredi party.

Which Haredi politician are you most satisfied with?

28.2% Litzman, 20.8% Gafni, 7.1% Parush, 6.9% Deri

 

Additional Note #1: Degel HaTorah is close to 60% of UTJ voters compared to a little over 40% for Agudat Yisrael.

Additional Note #2: Agudat Yisrael breakdown: 13.7% Shlomi Emunim Faction (Deputy Minister Porush), 11% Central Faction (Minister Litzman), 5.7% Belz (MK Eichler), 2.4% Vizhnitz (MK Moses).

Maagar Mochot conducted a poll of 503 people on October 19-20 2016 with a 4.5% margin of error for Radio Tel Aviv that was published by the Jerusalem Post on Oct 24 2016.

 

Which of the candidates for President of the United States of America does the Israeli media cover more favorably?

34% Clinton, 24% Don’t know, 21% Both candidates equally, 21% Trump

Among those with an opinion: 45% Clinton, 28% Equally, 27% Trump

Jews: 40% Clinton, 30% Equally, 30% Trump

Arabs: 66% Clinton, 19% Equally, 15% Trump

 

Which of the candidates for President of the United States of America will better serve the State of Israel’s interests: Clinton or Trump?

37% Don’t know, 34% Trump, 29% Clinton

Among those with an opinion: 54% Trump, 46% Clinton

Jews: 51% Trump, 49% Clinton

Arabs: 74% Trump, 26% Clinton

HaMidgam/former Dialog conducted a poll of 646 people that was published by Walla on Oct 2 2016.

How would you grade living in Israel?

56% Good, 40% Average, 3% Bad, 1% Very bad

Have you ever thought about leaving Israel?

77% No, 23% Yes

Note: Only 13% of Arabs said yes.

When do you think Israel will reach a peace deal with the Palestinians?

64% Never, 24% Not in next five years, 8% Don’t know, 4% Within the next five years

Israel’s biggest issue is?

36% Cost of living, 24% Security situation, 17% Corruption in public sector, 13% Housing, 9% Religion and State Issues

Do the following figures do their job well from a scale of 1-10 with 10 being highest and 1 being lowest?

Top 10: 6.71 Health Minister Litzman, 6.7 IDF COS Eizenkott, 6.2 President Rivlin, 5.9 Justice Minister Shaked, 5.8 Police Commish Alsheikh, 5.7 Education Minister Bennett, 5.4 Finance Minister Kahlon, 5.3 Culture and Sport Minister Regev, 5.3 Prime Minister Netanyahu, 5.2 Defense Minister Liberman

Note: Among Arabs: 7.7 Tibi and 7.1 Odeh

Panels conducted a poll of 523 people with a 4.3% margin of error that was published by Maariv on Oct 2 2016. The poll was conducted from Sep 24-26.

Current Knesset seats in [brackets]

27 [11] Yesh Atid

22 [30] Likud

14 [08] Bayit Yehudi

13 [13] The Joint (Arab) List

10 [24] Zionist Union

09 [06] Yisrael Beitenu

07 [07] Shas

07 [06] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ

06 [10] Kulanu

05 [05] Meretz

 

65 [67] Current Right-Religious Coalition

55 [53] Current Center-Left-Arab Opposition

 

Scenario Poll: With a new Liberal Likud with Yaalon, Kahlon, Saar and “maybe” Gantz or Ashkenazi.

21 [30] Likud

20 [11] Yesh Atid

19 [10] Liberal Likud with Yaalon, Kahlon, Saar and “maybe” Gantz or Ashkenazi

14 [08] Bayit Yehudi

13 [13] The Joint (Arab) List

09 [06] Yisrael Beitenu

07 [24] Zionist Union

07 [06] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ

06 [07] Shas

04 [05] Meretz

 

76 [67] Current Right-Religious Coalition +New Likud

44 [53] Current Center-Left-Arab Opposition

 

Additional Questions

Between the two which do you want to lead Israel into the coming years (7 head-to-head matchups)?

38% Netanyahu, 33% Saar, 30% Don’t know

39% Netanyahu, 24% Bennett, 37% Don’t know

44% Netanyahu, 34% Lapid, 21% Don’t know

44% Netanyahu, 27% Ashkenazi, 29% Don’t know

44% Netanyahu, 23% Kahlon, 33% Don’t know

46% Netanyahu, 24% Yaalon, 30% Don’t know

55% Netanyahu, 19% Herzog, 27% Don’t know

To what extent are you satisfied with the conduct of Benjamin Netanyahu as Prime Minister?

59% Not satisfied, 33% Satisfied, 8% Don’t know

To what extent are you satisfied with the conduct of Avigdor Liberman as Defense Minister?

48% Not satisfied, 34% Satisfied, 18% Don’t know

To what extent are you satisfied with the conduct of Miri Regev as Culture and Sport Minister?

49% Not satisfied, 46% Satisfied, 5% Don’t know

Note: 79% of right is satisfied, only 32% of center voters and 90% of left voters are not satisfied.

What is your opinion on the action of Elor Azaria?

46% Justified, 41% Not Justified, 13% Don’t know

Do you think the public storm influences the conduct of the case?

72% Yes, 15% No, 10% Don’t know

Who do you think is the most influential Israeli Arab leader?

Among Jews: 46% Tibi, 23% Don’t know, 12% None, 10% Odeh, 7% Zoabi, 3% Zachalka

Among Arabs: 40% None, 23% Don’t know, 24% Tibi, 9% Zoabi, 9% Odeh, 1% Zachalka

Panels conducted a poll that was broadcast by the Knesset Channel on September 26 2016.

Are you satisfied or not satisfied with the conduct of Yair Lapid as Yesh Atid Chairman?

52% Satisfied, 36% Not Satisfied, 12% Don’t know

Are you satisfied or not satisfied with the conduct of Naftali Bennett as Education Minister?

50% Not Satisfied, 44% Satisfied, 6% Don’t know

Are you satisfied or not satisfied with the conduct of Avigdor Liberman as Defense Minister?

52% Not Satisfied, 37% Satisfied, 11% Don’t know

Are you satisfied or not satisfied with the conduct of Issac Herzog as Opposition Leader?

75% Not Satisfied, 12% Satisfied, 13% Don’t know

Are you satisfied or not satisfied with the conduct of  Benjamin Netanyahu as Prime Minister?

62% Not Satisfied, 31% Satisfied, 7% Don’t know

KnessetJeremy Polling Average – The Israeli Poll of Polls

Current update: Sep 27 2016.

Party KnessetJeremy Polling Average (September) Change since July/August Former KJPA (July/August) All Polls since Elections 2015 Election
Yesh Atid 24 3.2 20.8 20 11
Likud 23.3 -1.5 24.8 26 30
Joint List 13 0 13 12.8 13
Bayit Yehudi 12.5 -1.7 14.2 12 8
Zionist Union 12 1.8 10.2 14.1 24
Yisrael Beitenu 9.3 1.5 7.8 8.5 6
UTJ 7.5 -2 9.5 7.5 6
Kulanu 6.2 -0.5 6.7 6.6 10
Shas 6.2 -0.3 6.5 6.5 7
Meretz 6 -0.5 6.5 6 5
Right-Religious 65 -4.5 69.5 67.1 67
Center-Left-Arab 55 4.5 50.5 52.9 53
Party 29 Poll Avg 29 Poll Placing Avg 2015 Election 2015 Placing Up/Down
Likud 26 1st 30 1st 0
Yesh Atid 20 2nd 11 4th 2
Zionist Union 14.1 3rd 24 2nd -1
Joint List 12.8 4th 13 3rd -1
Bayit Yehudi 12 5th 8 6th 1
Yisrael Beitenu 8.5 6th 6 8th 2
UTJ 7.5 7th 6 9th 2
Kulanu 6.6 8th 10 5th -3
Shas 6.5 9th 7 7th -2
Meretz 6 10th 5 10th 0
Right-Religious 67.1 n/a 67 n/a n/a
Center-Left-Arab 52.9 n/a 53 n/a n/a

The KnessetJeremy Polling Average tracks the most recent polling numbers. This page is updated as new polls are added to the site and the KnessetJeremy poll database.

There have been 29 opinion polls released by the top polling companies to the public since the election. The “KnessetJeremy Polling Average – The Israeli Poll of Polls” is currently averaging the four most recent polls conducted this month, September 2016. The current KJPA is being compared to a previous update that is averaging the four polls conducted during July and August.

Source: https://knessetjeremy.com/knessetjeremy-polling-average-the-israeli-poll-of-polls/

Teleseker conducted a poll that was broadcast by Channel 1 on September 26 2016.

Current Knesset seats in [brackets]

25 [11] Yesh Atid

21 [30] Likud

13 [13] The Joint (Arab) List

13 [08] Bayit Yehudi

12 [24] Zionist Union

09 [06] Yisrael Beitenu

08 [07] Shas

07 [06] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ

06 [10] Kulanu

06 [05] Meretz

 

64 [67] Current Right-Religious Coalition

56 [53] Current Center-Left-Arab Opposition