Poll: Block of south wing 64, block on the left 56

The Blue and White group are at the center of continuing the Likud as the 2019 ring-final comes into the final stage, even like the right-to-be -ted shield. Maintaining a wide area across the left – Arab block.

According to a new Midgam group report which was published on Sunday evening Channel 12if new elections were held today, party would win Blue and White Benny Gantz and Yair Lapid 32 set, making it the biggest party in the Knesset.

By contrast, the Likud would have come second with 28 seats, two less than it is at present.

Both groups grew with one seat compared with the first midgam of mid-post, which was revealed on Friday which showed the Blue and White party with 31 and the Likud by 27.

Despite Blue and White's regular management of Likud's governing party, the south-religious side holds eight-seat lead, 64 to 56, the only lead held in a Midgam vote announced on Friday.

Thirdly, in Sunday's, the Labor party, which has dropped from nine seats in the Friday survey to just eight. In 2015, the party won 19 seats, out of 24 winners of the Zionist Union component tickets which they produced with a Hatuaryh fare.

The furthest longest meretz, which currently has five seats, remains stable at five, the same projected number in a Friday survey.

The two Arab lists remained constant over the weekend, with the component of the United Arab Emirates – the Balad ticket at four seats, compared with seven for the Hadash-Ta tie. In total, the four Arab fares won 13 seats on the agreed Consolidated List in 2015.

Gesher, who was the center of Yisrael Beytenu MK Orly Levy, did not move the threshold, getting just 1.6% of the vote, the new votes, a dramatic drop from 2.7% last week. A party must vote 3.25% of the vote to enter the Knesset.

The correct Kulanu party warden Moshe Kahlon would win five seats if new elections were held today, the same number he had received in the previous Friday election – but half of the 10 seats in 2015.

Party defenses Avidgor Liberman, who won six seats in 2015, would get very little party over the chosen level with four seats – the same number she received in the Friday vote. T before.

The hayalty groups included the Ashkenazi United Torah Judaism party in seven seats, equivalent to the result of the Friday vote in just one more than the six winning UTJs in 2015. t England steadily at five seats over the weekend two less. what it is now.

Union of the Right-Wing Parties (Jewish Union), Jewish Home union, the National Union and Otzma Yehudit would win five seats if new elections were held today, the same number he had received in the Friday election.

However, the New Charter, with one seat, dropped from six Fridays this Friday to five on a Sunday.

The Libertarian-follow-up Zehut's decision from Moshe Feiglin, who had not participated in the 2015 elections, remained stable at five seats. T

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