Israel Election Exit Polls: Netanyahu Secures Razor-thin Majority, Shock Triumph for Far Right

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Haaretz

Voting stations across Israel have closed and the exit polls predict that the right-wing bloc led by Benjamin Netanyahu will hold a thin majority in the next Knesset, making the former prime minister the most likely to be asked to form a government. In a shock triumph for the far right, the Religious Zionism party headed by Itamar Ben-Gvir and Bezalel Smotrich is forecast to become the third-largest party in the Knesset.

Three exit polls give the pro-Netanyahu bloc 63 of the Knesset’s 120 seats, with the other putting the party at 61. The anti-Netanyahu bloc wins 53 seats, according to two exit polls, and 54 according to the third.
While Arab nationalist party Balad did not earn enough seats to make it into the Knesset in all major polls published in the weeks preceding the election, it is picking up steam and nearing the 3.25 percent electoral threshold, according to exit polls.

Left-wing Meretz party, which in most recent polls earned five Knesset seats, is nearing the electoral threshold with four predicted seats in exit polls.

Left-wing Meretz party, which in most recent polls earned five Knesset seats, is nearing the electoral threshold with four predicted seats in exit polls.

 

Haaretz

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