If elections were held today, Likud would drop two seats to 34 seats, while Yamina would rise eight seats to 14 seats.

As support for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continues to fall, former defense minister Naftali Bennett’s Yamina Party has seen rising popularity amid the coronavirus crisis, with a poll by 103FM finding that the party would garner 14 seats if elections were held today (eight more than in the March elections), while Likud would earn 34 seats (two less than in the March elections).Yesh Atid earned 16 seats and the Joint List earned 14 seats in the poll.

Blue and White, Yisrael Beytenu and Shas would each earn nine seats, while United Torah Judaism and Meretz would earn seven seats.If the right-wing bloc were to be split between Likud, the haredi parties and Yamina, it would hold 64 seats. If the left-wing bloc were to be split between Yesh Atid, Meretz and Blue and White, it would hold 32 seats. Read more at JPost