Communist Party of Israel

After four inconclusive elections in barely two years, the first opinion polls conducted since the Gaza ceasefire indicate that the deadlock between parties loyal to far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and those who seek to oust him remains broadly unchanged. However, one poll does reveal some shifts within the blocs, with the centrists Yesh Atid and Blue & White parties, and the leftist Arab-Jewish Joint List gaining ground. 45% of respondents to a public opinion poll conducted by Channel 12 said that Netanyahu’s “political motivations” were connected to the deadly Gaza military operation. (Footage: Channel 12) The poll conducted by Channel 13 predicts that if elections were held today, the Likud would win 29 seats in the Knesset (compared to the 30 it garnered in the last election held on March 21) while Yesh Atid led by MK Yair Lapid would win 22 seats in the Knesset, up from 17. Blue & White…

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First Post-Gaza Ceasefire Survey: Still Deadlocked; Joint List Rising