Israeli elections will take 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.
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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BICOM’s Poll of Polls
Aggregate polling, January 23-31, 2019.
Green – Arab | Red – left-wing | Orange – centrist | Blue – right-wing | Black – ultra-Orthodox
How the parties are shaping up
Aggregate polling, January 23-31, 2019 | Compared to September 2019 election results
Netanyahu vs Gantz
Result of poll asking “who is most suited for Prime Minister?”
Aggregate polling, January 16, 2019 |
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