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Analysis

2 March Israeli Elections – Everything You Need to Know

Israeli elections took place on 2 March, 2020. On this page you can find BICOM’s regular poll of polls, campaign updates and analysis of the parties and politicians.

Where do things stand? 

Possible Government Formation

How did we get here? Read BICOM’s analysis

On December 11, Israel’s 22nd Knesset voted to dissolve itself as the deadline for forming a government passed with no breakthrough, sending the country to its third election in the past 11 months: 2 March, 2020. There was no real last-minute effort to find a compromise solution as loyalists of both Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his main challenger Benny Gantz traded blame for the impasse.

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Where do the parties stand on major political issues?

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Final Results

99% of votes counted
Green – Arab  | Red – left-wing  | Orange – centrist |  Blue – right-wing | Black – ultra-Orthodox 

Final Results | How the parties shaped up to September 2019 election

99% of votes counted

Netanyahu vs Gantz

Result of poll asking “who is most suited for Prime Minister?”

Aggregate polling, February 19-28, 2020 |

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