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Wednesday, January 02, 2013

New poll shows where undecided voters might break

There's a new Dialogue poll out regarding the upcoming Knesset elections, and while the numbers more or less continue the current trends (they aren't quite the same as the numbers above), what's really interesting is the parties people are thinking of voting for if they desert their current party.
Percent of those who said what party they were going to vote for and were
still not certain that they would ultimately vote for the party by party
identified:
(for example, 28% of those who said they would vote for Likud Beiteinu said
that they were still not certain that they would ultimately vote for Likud
Beiteinu and 5% of all Likud Beiteinu voters are considering voting for
Bayit Yehudi)
28% Likud Beiteinu (5% of Likud-Beiteinu voters are considering voting for
Bayit Yehudi)
27% Labor (10% of Labor voters considering voting for Atid)
32% Bayit Yehudi (9% of Bayit Yehudi voters thinking of voting for Hatnua)
41% Hatnua (22% of Hatnua voters considering voting for Atid)
52% Atid (15% of - Atid voters considering voting for Labor)
50% Kadima (25% of Kadima voters considering voting for Likud Beiteinu)
The things I find most surprising here are (a) the percentage of Atid (Yair Lapid) voters thinking of going elsewhere and the percentage of Bayit Yehudi (Jewish Home) voters thinking of voting for HaTnua (Tzipi Livni).

Hmmm.

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