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Poll #1: Meretz

Panels conducted a poll that was broadcast by the Knesset Channel on September 11 2017.

How do you evaluate Zahava Galon’s activity as the leader of Meretz?

33% Bad, 27% Average, 27% Good, 13% Don’t know

Is it correct for Meretz to conduct a leadership race at this time?

43% Yes, 29% No, 28% Don’t know

If Meretz moves over to the primary system would that influence you to consider voting Meretz in the next elections?

48% For sure not, 22% Probably not, 15% Don’t know, 9% Probably, 6% For sure

Would you agree to define Meretz as a Zionist and patriotic party?

52% No, 43% Yes, 5% Don’t know

What should Meretz do in the next elections?

43% Run alone, 30% Join another list, 27% Don’t know

Those who said join another listwhich list?

52% Labor, 20% Yesh Atid, 13% Don’t know, 12% Joint List, 3% Kulanu

 

Poll #2: 5 Knesset Party Leaders

Panels conducted a poll that was broadcast by the Knesset Channel on September 18 2017.

Are you pleased with Prime Minister Netanyahu’s conduct?

57% No, 39% Yes, 4% Don’t know

Have the publications on Netanyahu and his family on the various investigations against them changed your opinion of him?

64% No, 28% Yes for the worse, 5% Yes for the better, 3% Don’t know

Should Netanyahu recuse himself due to the investigations against him?

48% No, 37% Yes, 15% Don’t know

Do you trust Avigdor Liberman as Defense Minister?

52% No, 40% Yes, 8% Don’t know

Is Avigdor Liberman a suitable candidate for Prime Minister?

80% No, 14% Yes, 6% Don’t know

How do you view Liberman’s negative statements towards the extreme right?

47% Political spin, 26% Represents his true views, 26% Don’t know

Is Naftali Bennett a suitable candidate for Prime Minister?

66% No, 26% Yes, 8% Don’t know

What should Naftali Bennett do ahead of the next elections?

48% Lead the right as the leader of Bayit Yehudi, 30% Don’t know, 22% Join Likud

Can Avi Gabbai change the face of the Labor Party in a significant way?

39% No, 38% Yes, 23% Don’t know

Can Avi Gabbai pull in new voters to the Labor party that would not have thought of voting for the party before he won the leadership race?

42% Yes, 29% No, 29% Don’t know

What should Kahlon do ahead of the next election?

51% Stay in Kulanu, 28% Join Likud, 21% Don’t know

Do you view Kahlon as a right wing leader?

53% No, 30% Yes, 17% Don’t know

Will Moshe Kahlon succeed in lowering the housing prices as he promised?

72% No, 15% Yes, 13% Don’t know

 

Poll #3: Hasbara

Panels conducted a poll that was broadcast by the Knesset Channel on October 2 2017.

Should Israel quit the United Nations Human Rights Council because of the automatic majority that is against the country?

55% No, 28% Yes, 17% Don’t know

How should Israel act in connection with granting visa entry to human rights activists that are hostile towards Israel?

63% Approach it on an individual case by case basis, 28% Revoke all visas, 7% Allow all visas, 2% Don’t know

In response to Palestinian activity in the international arena should Israel stop tax payments to the Palestinian Authority?

59% Yes, 30% No, 11% Don’t know

Should Palestinian activity in the international arena be the reason Israel avoids diplomatic contact with the Palestinians?

43% Yes, 42% No, 15% Don’t know

Should Israel ease restrictions on the Palestinians as long as there are no security risks involved?

59% Yes, 33% No, 8% Don’t know

 

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Poll #1: Kahlon

Panels conducted a poll that was broadcast by the Knesset Channel on August 28 2017.

How do you evaluate Kahlon’s activity as Finance Minister?

39% Average, 33% Good, 21% Bad, 7% Don’t know

Is Moshe Kahlon suited to be Prime Minister?

73% No, 16% Yes, 11% Don’t know

How would you define the results of Minister Kahlon until now regarding the housing prices?

60% Failure, 32% Success, 8% Don’t know

Is Kahlon’s stubbornness on taxing people with 3 or more apartments correct?

48% No, 42% Yes, 10% Don’t know

What should Moshe Kahlon do ahead of the next elections?

39% Join another list, 32% Run at the head of Kulanu, 29% Don’t know

If Kahlon does join another list what list should he join?

45% Likud, 25% Yesh Atid, 14% Zionist Union, 12% Don’t know, 3% Bayit Yehudi, 3% Yisrael Beitenu

Does Kahlon need a new security figure in his party to replace Galant if he leaves?

49% Yes, 30% Don’t know, 21% No

 

Poll #2: Education System

Panels conducted a poll that was broadcast by the Knesset Channel on September 4 2017.

Are you pleased with Naftali Bennett’s activity as Education Minister?

49% Yes, 42% No, 9% Don’t know

Do you feel that Minister Bennett’s reform in 5-unit-math is being applied and exists on the ground?

46% Don’t know, 29% Yes, 25% No

Do you believe that Minister Bennett’s English reform will bring about a significant change?

57% Yes, 25% No, 18% Don’t know

To what extent are you pleased with your kids schools?

62% Pleased, 19% Don’t know, 19% Not Pleased

Who has the main responsibility for educating kids and youth?

67% The house, 29% School system, 4% Don’t know

Are you worried for your children that there is Hadata (an increasing strengthening of religious foundations) in the education system?

47% It doesn’t exist, 33% It does, 20% Don’t know

Note: 50% of secular and traditional think there is and 90% of haredim think there isn’t.

 

Poll #3: 5777 Summary

Midgam conducted a poll that was broadcast by the Knesset Channel on September 5 2017.

How would define the level of government corruption today?

76% Bad, 17% Not bad, 7% Don’t know

Do you expect that in the coming years the level of government corruption will improve?

47% Worsen, 31% Stay the same, 12% Don’t know, 10% Improve

Do you think Israeli democracy in the last years has strengthened or weakened?

44% Weakened, 38% Remained the same, 14% Strengthened, 4% Don’t know

On the eve of Rosh Hashana, what is the level of unity in the state compared to last year?

42% Lower, 35% The same, 17% Don’t know, 6% Greater

Who do you think has the most blame in the concentration of the illegal immigrants in southern Tel Aviv?

41% State that sent them there, 20% Leftist NGOs that support them, 18% Don’t know, 15% Tel Aviv municipality that isn’t taking care of them, 6% The illegal immigrants themselves

On the eve of Rosh Hashana, what is the level of your personal security compared to last year?

58% The same, 25% Lower, 9% Greater, 8% Don’t know

Do you believe that by the end of the year the government will succeed in lowering housing prices?

78% No, 12% Don’t know, 10% Yes

Poll #1

Midgam conducted a poll that was broadcast by the Knesset Channel on August 17 2017.

Do you think it is suitable to conduct protests to pressure the AG to act in one direction or another in the PM cases?

47% Yes, 42% No, 11% Don’t know

Do you think protests should be conducted in front of AG’s house or move it to a public place?

72% Public place, 17% Next to his house, 11% Don’t know

Was the pro-Netanyahu rally meant to pressure the AG or just show support?

48% Pressure, 31% Support, 21% Don’t know

Will the protests and rallies influence the AG and law enforcement authorities?

51% No, 44% Yes, 5% Don’t know

Should the Prime Minister step down temporarily due to the allegations against him?

45% Yes, 45% No, 10% Don’t know

If Netanyahu is indicted should he resign?

65% Yes, 25% No, 10% Don’t know

Should Likud MKs and ministers be condemned for casting doubts on the AG & police?

59% Yes, 24% Don’t know, 17% No

Should Homeland Security Minister Erdan & Justice Minister Shaked come out publicly to defend law enforcement?

66% Yes, 18% Don’t know, 16% No

 

Poll #2

Panels conducted a poll that was broadcast by the Knesset Channel on August 21 2017.

What grade do you give Yaalon for his term as Defense Minister?

44% Good, 24% Average, 21% Bad, 11% Don’t know

Was Yaalon correct to come out against Elor Azaria before the incident was publicized or investigated?

57% No, 35% Yes, 8% Don’t know

Yaalon said that Netanyahu is corrupt because he must be involved in the German sub affair. Do you agree with Yaalon?

46% Yes, 42% No, 12% Don’t know

Is Yaalon suited to be Prime Minister?

66% No, 18% Yes, 16% Don’t know

Where would you place Yaalon on the political map?

30% Right, 30% Center, 28% Left, 12% Don’t know

What should Yaalon do if he wants to go back into politics?

61% Join another party, 28% Don’t know, 11% Run on his own list

Of those who said he should join a partywhich party?

36% Yesh Atid, 27% Zionist Union, 18% Kulanu, 17% Don’t know, 2% Yisrael Beitenu, 2% Bayit Yehudi

 

Poll #3

Midgam conducted a poll that was broadcast by the Knesset Channel on August 22 2017.

Is the anti-Semitism in the United States at an alarming level?

71% Yes, 21% No, 8% Don’t know

Does Trump’s daughter who converted to Judaism and his Jewish grandchildren influence his statements against neo-Nazis?

36% Influences him to talk, 36% No, 15% Don’t know, 13% Influences him to not talk

Does Trump’s non-condemnation of neo-Nazis in Charlottesville encourage antisemitism?

66% Yes, 19% Don’t know, 15% No

Does the fact that among Trump supporters there are many racists influence your opinions?

66% Yes, 25% No, 9% Don’t know

Will Prime Minister Netanyahu’s response to Trump’s comments harm US Jewry?

44% No, 40% Don’t know, 16% Yes

Does Israeli Hasbara do enough against racism and neo-Nazis in the US & around the world?

56% Yes but not enough, 22% No, 14% Don’t know, 6% Yes

Geocartography conducted a poll of 500 people with a 4.5% margin of error that was published by Maariv on August 24 2017. It was conducted on Aug 23.

Current Knesset seats in [brackets]

34 [30] Likud
14 [11] Yesh Atid
13 [24] Zionist Union
13 [08] Bayit Yehudi
10 [13] The Joint (Arab) List
10 [10] Kulanu
09 [06] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
07 [05] Meretz
06 [06] Yisrael Beitenu
04 [07] Shas
00 [–-] Yaalon, Yachad, Zehut (as other)

76 [67] Current Right-Religious Coalition
44 [53] Current Center-Left-Arab Opposition

Note: 41% of Kulanu voters said their decision is final.

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

Panels Poll on Avi Gabbai

Panels conducted a poll that was broadcast by the Knesset Channel on August 14 2017.

Are Avi Gabbai’s positions on Social & Economic issues clear to you?

72% No, 28% Yes

Are Avi Gabbai’s positions on Security & Diplomatic issues clear to you?

77% No, 23% Yes

Is it correct for Gabbai to declare at this early stage that he will win the next elections and be the next Prime Minister?

66% No, 17% Yes, 17% Don’t know

Do you think that Gabbai did the right thing by joining the protesters next to the Attorney General’s home in Petah Tikva?

52% No, 26% Yes, 22% Don’t know

Note #1: Center-Left voters: 52% Yes, 39% No, 9% Don’t know

Do you trust Gabbai to run the State of Israel?

54% No, 26% Yes, 20% Don’t know

Note #2: Center-Left voters: 44% Yes, 35% No, 21% Don’t know

What has been your impression of Gabbai’s performance in the media since he was elected to lead Labor?

40% Good, 31% Don’t know, 29% Bad

Should Gabbai recruit Peretz & Herzog or ignore them by starting down a new path?

60% Recruit, 23% Don’t know, 17% Ignore

Panels conducted a poll that was broadcast by the Knesset Channel on August 7 2017.

To what extent do you have faith in the integrity and professionalism of Attorney General Mandelblit?

37% Great extent, 29% Moderate extent, 19% Can’t say, 8% Low extent, 7% Not at all

Have the protests next to Attorney General Mandelblit’s house influenced your decision about the latest cases?

55% No, 29% Don’t know, 16% Yes

In your opinion is the Attorney General serving the Israeli justice system or the Israeli government?

41% Justice system, 32% Don’t know, 27% Government

Should the Attorney General explain his positions and deliberations with the general public?

57% Yes, 32% No, 11% Don’t know

Who do you think should appoint the Attorney General the Justice Minister or the Prime Minister?

61% Justice Minister, 21% Don’t know, 18% Prime Minister

Considering the large number of cases of Ministers and Prime Ministers, should Israel separate the Attorney General from the Head of the Prosecution Office?

57% Yes, 28% Don’t know, 15% No

Panels conducted a poll of 562 people with a 4.3% margin of error that was published by Maariv on August 11 2017. It was conducted on Aug 8.

Current Knesset seats in [brackets]

25 [30] Likud
21 [11] Yesh Atid
16 [24] Zionist Union
12 [08] Bayit Yehudi
11 [13] The Joint (Arab) List
09 [10] Kulanu
08 [06] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
07 [06] Yisrael Beitenu
06 [05] Meretz
05 [07] Shas
00 [–-] Yaalon, Yachad, Zehut (as other)

66 [67] Current Right-Religious Coalition
54 [53] Current Center-Left-Arab Opposition

Note #1: Likud loses 5 of their 2015 seats to Yesh Atid & Bayit Yehudi

Post-Netanyahu Scenario Poll #1 with Bennett leading a Likud + Bayit Yehud list

Current Knesset seats in [brackets]

30 [38] Likud + Bayit Yehudi led by Bennett
21 [11] Yesh Atid
20 [24] Zionist Union
11 [13] The Joint (Arab) List
10 [10] Kulanu
09 [06] Yisrael Beitenu
08 [06] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
06 [05] Meretz
05 [07] Shas
00 [–-] Yaalon, Yachad, Zehut (as other)

62 [67] Current Right-Religious Coalition
58 [53] Current Center-Left-Arab Opposition

Note #2: Bennett loses some votes to Yesh Atid.

Post-Netanyahu Scenario Poll #2 with Kahlon leading a Likud-Kulanu list

Current Knesset seats in [brackets]

28 [40] Likud + Kulanu led by Kahlon
19 [11] Yesh Atid
18 [24] Zionist Union
15 [08] Bayit Yehudi
11 [13] The Joint (Arab) List
10 [06] Yisrael Beitenu
08 [06] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
06 [05] Meretz
05 [07] Shas
00 [–-] Yaalon, Yachad, Zehut (as other)

66 [67] Current Right-Religious Coalition
54 [53] Current Center-Left-Arab Opposition

Note #3: Kahlon takes votes from Yesh Atid and loses seats to Bayit Yehudi and Yisrael Beitenu.

Post-Netanyahu Scenario Poll #3 with Saar leading Likud

Current Knesset seats in [brackets]

26 [30] Likud led by Saar
18 [24] Zionist Union
16 [11] Yesh Atid
14 [08] Bayit Yehudi
11 [13] The Joint (Arab) List
09 [06] Yisrael Beitenu
08 [06] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
07 [10] Kulanu
06 [05] Meretz
05 [07] Shas
00 [–-] Yaalon, Yachad, Zehut (as other)

69 [67] Current Right-Religious Coalition
51 [53] Current Center-Left-Arab Opposition

Note #4: Likud under Saar takes from Kulanu and Yesh Atid but loses seats to Bayit Yehudi and Yisrael Beitenu.

Post-Netanyahu Scenario Poll #4 with Liberman leading Likud + Yisrael Beitenu list

Current Knesset seats in [brackets]

22 [11] Yesh Atid
21 [36] Likud + Yisrael Beitenu led by Liberman
19 [24] Zionist Union
17 [08] Bayit Yehudi
11 [13] The Joint (Arab) List
11 [10] Kulanu
08 [06] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
06 [05] Meretz
05 [07] Shas
00 [–-] Yaalon, Yachad, Zehut (as other)

62 [67] Current Right-Religious Coalition
58 [53] Current Center-Left-Arab Opposition

Note #5: Liberman loses a majority of Yisrael Beitenu voters and some Likud voters to Bayit Yehudi, Kulanu and Yesh Atid.

Post-Netanyahu Scenario Poll #5 with Yaalon leading Likud

Current Knesset seats in [brackets]

19 [30] Likud led by Yaalon
18 [24] Zionist Union
18 [11] Yesh Atid
16 [08] Bayit Yehudi
11 [13] The Joint (Arab) List
10 [06] Yisrael Beitenu
10 [10] Kulanu
08 [06] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
06 [05] Meretz
04 [07] Shas
00 [–-] Yaalon, Yachad, Zehut (as other)

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

Note #6: Likud under Yaalon brings votes from Yesh Atid and loses votes to Bayit Yehudi and Yisrael Beitenu.

Post-Netanyahu Scenario Poll #6 with Katz leading Likud

Current Knesset seats in [brackets]

21 [11] Yesh Atid
18 [24] Zionist Union
16 [08] Bayit Yehudi
15 [30] Likud led by Katz
11 [13] The Joint (Arab) List
11 [06] Yisrael Beitenu
10 [10] Kulanu
08 [06] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
06 [05] Meretz
04 [07] Shas
00 [–-] Yaalon, Yachad, Zehut (as other)

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

Note #7: Likud under Katz loses seats to Kulanu, Yisrael Beitenu and Bayit Yehudi.

Additional Questions:

To what extent is each of the following candidates suited (very suitable + quite suitable) to be prime minister on the day after Benjamin Netanyahu?

Gideon Sa’ar 38%, Moshe Kahlon 32%, Moshe Bogey Ya’alon 30%, Naftali Bennett 26%, Gabi Ashkenazi 24%, Israel Katz 20%, Gilad Erdan 20%, Avigdor Lieberman 19%, Ayelet Shaked 19%

Right-Wing voters: Naftali Bennett 42%, Gideon Sa’ar 41%, Gilad Erdan 32%, Ayelet Shaked 29%, Moshe Kahlon 29%, Avigdor Lieberman 26%, Israel Katz 25%, Gabi Ashkenazi 19%, Moshe Bogey Ya’alon  19%

Likud voters: Naftali Bennett 39%, Gideon Sa’ar 38%, Avigdor Lieberman 35%, Gilad Erdan 29%, Moshe Kahlon 28%, Moshe Bogey Ya’alon 25%, Ayelet Shaked 24%, Gabi Ashkenazi 22%, Israel Katz 20%.

What do you think Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should do now?

Resign if an indictment is filed by the prosecution 29%, To serve in his position regardless if there is an indictment and resign only if there is a conviction that carries moral turpitude 22%, Continue as usual in the hope that there will be nothing 17%, Resign if the police investigation ends with a recommendation to file an indictment 12%, Resign now and concentrate on handling the investigations 11%, Do not know 9%

Right-Wing voters: To serve in his position regardless if there is an indictment and resign only if there is a conviction that carries moral turpitude 32%, Continue as usual in the hope that there will be nothing 28%, Resign if an indictment is filed by the prosecution 20%, Do not know 8%, Resign if the police investigation ends with a recommendation to file an indictment 7%, Resign now and concentrate on handling the investigations 5%

Likud voters: To serve in his position regardless if there is an indictment and resign only if there is a conviction that carries moral turpitude 36%, Continue as usual in the hope that there will be nothing 35%, Resign if an indictment is filed by the prosecution 15%, Do not know 6%, Resign now and concentrate on handling the investigations 5%, Resign if the police investigation ends with a recommendation to file an indictment 3%

Do you believe that behind Netanyahu’s investigations are political motives or are they professional and impartial?

Political motives 46%, Professional and impartial 35%, Do not know 19%

Right-Wing voters: Political motives 63%, Professional and impartial 20%, Do not know 17%
Likud voters: Political motives 61%, Professional and impartial 21%, Do not know 18%

Do you believe Netanyahu’s version that there will be nothing because there is nothing?

Do not believe 56%, Believe 31%, Do not know 13%

Right-Wing voters: Believe 51%, Do not believe 32%, Do not know 17%
Likud voters: Believe 64%, Do not believe 26%, Do not know 10%

Do you believe that Netanyahu’s conduct is tainted by corruption?

Believe 60%, Do not believe 27%, Do not know 13%

Right-Wing voters: Do not believe 44%, Believe 43%, Do not know 13%
Likud voters: Do not believe 51%, Believe 37%, Do not know 12%

From everything you know and heard, do you think it is right or wrong to indict Sara Netanyahu in what is called the Prime Minister’s Residence Affair?

Right 53%, Wrong 26%, Do not know 21%

Right-Wing voters: Wrong 41%, Right 34%, Do not know 25%
Likud voters: Wrong 46%, Right 28%, Do not know 26%

Updated KnessetJeremyPollingAvg here: https://knessetjeremy.com/knessetjeremy-polling-average-the-israeli-poll-of-polls/

Poll #1: Midgam conducted a poll of 540 people with a 4.2% margin of error that was broadcast by Channel 2 on August 10 2017.

Do you agree with the prime minister’s claim that the media has launched a campaign to topple him?

48% No, 42% Yes, 10% Don’t know

Has Netanyahu’s speech strengthened or weakened your faith in Netanyahu?

50% No change, 27% Weakened, 12% Don’t know, 11% Strengthened

Should investigations be postponed against an incumbent prime minister?

72% No, 15% Yes, 13% Don’t know

 

Poll #2: Shiluv conducted a poll of 500 people that was conducted and broadcast by Kan (Channel 1) on August 10 2017.

Do you agree with Prime Minister Netanyahu’s statement that the left and the media are trying to carry out a government coup?

53% No (21% do not agree and 32% totally disagree), 47% Yes (20% strongly agree and 27% agree)

Do you believe in the innocence of the prime minister?

67% No (38% do not believe and 29% do not believe at all), 33% Yes (25% believe and 8% really believe it.

Did the prime minister’s speech last night strengthen your belief in the innocence of the prime minister or weaken it?

35% Didn’t hear about speech, 29% Don’t believe him & No Change, 17% Believe him & No Change, , 8% Strengthened, 2% Weakened

Do you think the prime minister will have to resign if he is indicted?

69% Yes, compared, 31% No.

Note: 46% of right-wing voters responded yes.

Smith conducted a poll of 500 people with a 4.5% margin of error that was published by Jerusalem Post on August 10 2017. It was conducted on Aug 7-8.

Current Knesset seats in [brackets]

27 [30] Likud
20 [24] Zionist Union
19 [11] Yesh Atid
12 [13] The Joint (Arab) List
10 [08] Bayit Yehudi
08 [10] Kulanu
07 [06] Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
07 [06] Yisrael Beitenu
05 [05] Meretz
05 [07] Shas
00 [–-] Yaalon, Yachad, Zehut (as other)

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

Note #1: Yaalon and Yachad (Eli Yishai) both recieved 3 seats each but under the 3.25% electoral threshold. 13% said they could still change their mind.

If an indictment is filed against Benjamin Netanyahu, is it acceptable for you that the prime minister take a leave of absence (meaning that the prime minister will be replaced for a temporary period of time)?

67% Yes, 32% No, 1% Don’t know

Note #2: 56%-53% of Likud, UTJ, Shas parties answered yes compared to about 80% of Yesh Atid, Zionist Union and Meretz voters who answered yes. 73% of Kluanu voters and 70% of Bayit Yehudi voters answered yes.

Note #3: Overall about 50% of right voters answered yes compared to 80% of center and left voters who answered yes.

Note #4: 54% of 18-29 demographic answered yes compared to 76% of 50+ demographic that answered yes.

Which of the following people is best suited to serve as prime minister?

Scenario with Saar leading Likud

None or No opinion 31%, Gideon Sa’ar 16%, Yair Lapid 16%, Naftali Bennett 14%, Avi Gabay 14%, Avigdor Lieberman 9%

Scenario with Erdan leading Likud

No one or No opinion 34%, Naftali Bennett 16%, Yair Lapid 16%, Avi Gabay 16%, Avigdor Lieberman 10%, Gilad Erdan 8%

Note #5: Among those who mentioned Gideon Sa’ar in the first scenario: 35% did not choose any candidate in the second scenario, 27% Gilad Erdan, 16% Naftali Bennett, 10% Avi Gabbai, Lieberman and Lapid both had single digits (12% together).

Note #6: In first scenario Bennett received first place among Bayit Yehudi (52%) and Likud (28%) voters. Lapid received first place among Yesh Atid voters (65%), Gabbay received first place among Zionist Union voters (43%), Liberman received first place among Yisrael Beitenu voters (44%) and Saar did not place first in any party.

Note #7: In second scenario Bennett received first place among Bayit Yehudi (56%) and Likud (27%) voters. Lapid received first place among Yesh Atid voters (69%), Gabbay received first place among Zionist Union voters (48%), Liberman received first place among Yisrael Beitenu voters (44%) and Erdan did not place first in any party.

The UPDATED KnessetJeremyPollingAverage is at this link: https://knessetjeremy.com/knessetjeremy-polling-average-the-israeli-poll-of-polls/

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.