Published by 'Friday' Yediot Aharonot newspaper show that the Blue and White party with Benny Gantz are leading the Likud led by Binyamin Netanyahu – but the block on the right is bigger than the Arab-empty block, and there is more Netanyahu has the chance to create the next government.
The selection, made by Dr. Mina Tzemach and Meno Geva from the Central Media Institute, give their blue seats and the Knesset list to your blue and white list, while the Likud gets 27 seats.
The Labor Party receives nine Knesset seats, with United Torah Judaism then with seven seats, Hadash-Shaith with seven and the New Right with six seats.
Five parties get five seats each: England, Meretz, Union Union of the Union, Parties and Zehut. Yisrael Beytenu and Raʼam-Balad are responsible for four seats, and Gesher Orly Levy-Abekasis's party does not pass the election threshold with just 2.7%.
For blocks, the haredi parties have the right to lead the 64-seat route, compared to the left block, which has only 56 seats for the Arab parties.
They were elected among representative representatives of the entire Israeli population aged 18 and over.