As pollsters release the results of their final surveys before the ban on the publication of new polls goes into effect this weekend, a new poll shows the Israeli Left gaining slightly on the right-wing bloc just days before the April 9th election.
According to the poll, which was conducted by Midgam and published by Yediot Ahronot Friday morning, the center-left Blue and White party of Benny Gantz and Yair Lapid would become the largest faction in the 21st Knesset with 30 seats, compared to 26 for the Likud.
A joint right wing government would win 63 seats if new elections were held today, the poll showed, down one seat compared to the previous Midgam poll. The combined left-wing – Arab bloc inched up from 56 to 57 seats, thanks to a gain by the Labor party, which increased from 10 to 11 mandates.
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