Right-wing-haredi bloc rises to 70 Knesset seats under latest poll, as Yamina continues surge in popularity.
The Yamina party has pulled to within three seats of the Likud party, according to a new poll conducted by Avi Dagan for i24NEWS.
The poll found that if elections were held today, the Likud would win 28 Knesset seats. Yamina would finish second with 25 seats.
Yesh Atid would win 15 seats while Blue and White and the Joint Arab List would receive 12 seats each.
Shas would win nine seats and United Torah Judaism eight seats. Meretz would receive six seats, and Yisrael Beyteinu would drop to five.
The Labor, Derech Eretz, and Gesher parties would not pass the electoral threshold, according to the poll.
The right-wing and haredi bloc would receive a combined 70 seats, well over the 61 needed to form a coalition. The left-wing and Arab blocs would win a combined 45 seats without Yisrael Beyteinu and 50 seats with Yisrael Beyteinu.