January 7, 2013
Many Israeli Voters Still Undecided
Stephan Miller, Times of Israel
new pre-election poll, conducted exclusively for The Times of Israel, shows that a remarkable 31 percent of likely voters in the January 22 elections remain undecided.
The perceptions, ideology, and demographics of that undecided bloc lean slightly more to the center-left than to the right, suggesting that the final two weeks of the campaign may see a narrowing of the gap between the right-wing and center-left blocs. It may be that the profusion of center-left parties has resulted in a relatively substantial proportion of center-left voters weighing their options even at this late stage.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud-Beytenu will still almost certainly win the most seats, and will almost certainly be better placed than the center-left...
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