Likud continued his vote in the elections following the resignation of Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman last week, with a new survey that found that he would drop in 25 seats in the next election.
According to a poll commissioned by Makor Rishon, the Iair Lapid Iesh Atid fraction would get 15 seats, while the Zionist union would fall to only 9 seats, nearly a third less than 24 that currently have.
The Israeli-Arab joint list and potential party headed by former IDF chief Benni Gantz are both tied to 12 places, while the Jewish home has 11 seats, three more than eight currently.
Outgoing defense minister Avigdor Liberman seems to have enjoyed a small blow since his resignation, as his Israel Beiten rose slightly from the previous election to seven. The future party MK Orli Levi-Abekasis, Meretz and Shas were tied in six places, while Haredi Judaism in Jrediism won five Knesset seats in the upcoming elections.
Likud has been burdened with surveys since Liberman resigned over the ceasefire, saying he was "capitulation of terrorism". A recent poll of the Midgam Institute was published Wednesday night Channel 2 they found that, if the elections were held today, Likud became weaker and received 29 seats in Knesset
According to the survey, Iesh Atid will receive 18 seats, Community 12, Zionist Alliance 11 and Jewish Home 11 places.
The results show that Kulan will receive 8 places, Isisrael Beitenu 7, United Torah Judaism also 7, Shas 6, Meretz 6 and part 5 of Orly Levy Abekasis.