Opinion polling for the 2019 Israeli legislative election

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In the run-up to the 2019 Israeli legislative election, to be held on 9 April,[1] various organisations have been carrying out opinion polling to gauge voting intention in Israel. Results of such polls are displayed in this article, ranging from the previous legislative election, held on 17 March 2015, to the present day.

Seat projections

Parties

Poll results are listed in the table below in reverse chronological order, showing the most recent first. The highest figure in each survey is displayed in bold, and the background shaded in the leading party's colour. In the instance that there is a tie, then no figure is shaded.

Polls do not take the electoral threshold (currently 3.25%) into account in a uniform fashion. Some polls report the number of seats each party would win purely according to the percentages, as though there were no threshold; others eliminate parties that poll below the threshold and distribute the 120 available Knesset seats only among those who pass it. As a result, parties that poll at or near the threshold can show[2] inconsistent results, bouncing between 0 and the minimum 3 or 4 seats. Polls may not add up to 120 seats due to rounding or omitted parties that drop out or do not poll consistently.

Campaign period

This table lists the polls published from the time that Yisrael Beiteinu left the coalition government in mid-November 2018, until five days before election day (4 April).

Legend
Date Polling firm Likud Labor Joint
List
Yesh
Atid
Kulanu Jewish
Home
Shas Hatnuah Yisrael
Beiteinu
UTJ Meretz Gesher Hosen
Yisrael
New
Right
Ta'al C
Current seats[3] 30 18 12 11 10 5 7 6 5 6 5 1 0 3 1 61
21 Feb Deadline for party lists to be submitted[4]
17 Jan Panels/Walla[5] 33 8 10 15 5 4 4 0 4 7 5 4 12 9 N/A 62
16 Jan TNS/Kan[6] 31 7 12 10 6 4 5 4 4 6 5 6 13 7 N/A 59
16 Jan Midgam/Channel 12[7] 32 9 6 14 4 0 6 0 6 7 5 4 13 8 6 57
8 Jan Ta'al withdraws from the Joint List[8]
Date Polling firm Likud Labor Joint
List
Yesh
Atid
Kulanu Jewish
Home
Shas Hatnuah Yisrael
Beiteinu
UTJ Meretz Gesher Hosen
Yisrael
New
Right
C
8 Jan Panels Politics/Walla! News[9] 32 8 12 13 5 5 5 0 4 7 5 4 12 8 62
5 Jan Shvakim Panorama/Israel Beitenu[10] 26 8 12 10 5 4 7 4 8 7 6 4 13 6 55
4 Jan Maagar Mochot/Radio 103 FM[11] 29 7 10 13 6 0 4 4 5 7 6 5 12 8 54
4 Jan Direct Polls/Makor Rishon[12] 26 10 12 17 4 5 5 0 4 6 5 4 12 10 56
4 Jan Panels Politics/Maariv[13] 30 8 13 12 5 4 5 0 4 7 5 4 12 11 62
3 Jan Smith/Jerusalem Post[14] 30 9 12 11 6 0 6 0 5 7 6 5 14 9 58
3 Jan Maagar Mochot/Israel Hayom[15] 28 7 9 13 6 4 0 4 4 6 6 5 13 8 52
2 Jan TNS/Kan[16] 28 7 12 13 7 0 6 0 5 7 6 6 14 9 57
2 Jan Midgam/iPanel/News Company[17] 31 8 12 10 5 4 5 5 5 7 5 5 12 6 58
1 Jan Labor splits the Zionist Union alliance with Hatnuah[18]
Date Polling firm Likud Zionist
Union
Joint
List
Yesh
Atid
Kulanu Jewish
Home
Shas Yisrael
Beiteinu
UTJ Meretz Gesher Hosen
Yisrael
New
Right
C
30 Dec Sarid/Kan Channel[19] 27 9 12 16 7 0 4 0 7 6 5 13 14 59
30 Dec Panel Project HaMidgam/Channel 10[20] 30 8 13 11 6 3 5 5 7 5 5 14 8 59
30 Dec Midgam/Channel 13[21] 28 9 12 12 6 4 6 5 7 6 5 14 6 57
30 Dec Panels/Walla[22] 28 9 13 15 5 4 4 4 7 6 4 11 10 58
30 Dec Direct Polls/Makor Rishon[23] 25 9 12 10 4 5 5 5 7 5 4 15 14 60
29 Dec Ayelet Shaked and Naftali Bennett break away from The Jewish Home to create a new party, New Right[24]
27 Dec Former chief of staff Benny Gantz registers a new party, Hosen Yisrael[25]
27 Dec Maagar Mochot/Israel Hayom[26][27] 31 7 12 11 5 11 4 4 7 5 6 15 N/A 58
27 Dec Panels/Channel 12[28] 31 9 11 15 5 11 4 4 7 5 5 13 N/A 58
25 Dec Midgam/News Company[29] 29 11 12 11 5 9 5 6 7 5 4 16 N/A 55
25 Dec Sarid/Kan News[30] 30 10 13 13 6 12 4 4 7 7 4 10 N/A 59
25 Dec Panel HaMidgam Project/Statnet/Ten News[31] 30 12 12 15 6 10 6 7 7 7 8 N/A N/A 59
27 9 12 12 6 9 5 6 7 6 6 15 N/A 54
25 Dec Panels Politics/Walla News[32] 32 11 11 17 6 12 4 6 8 8 5 N/A N/A 62
31 9 11 12 5 11 4 5 7 6 5 14 N/A 58
24–25 Dec Panels Politics/Maariv[33][34] 30 9 11 12 6 11 4 5 7 6 6 13 N/A 58
24 Dec Prime Minister Netanyahu calls the election for 9 April 2019[35]
16 Dec Midgam/Channel 13[36] 28 10 12 13 5 9 5 6 7 4 5 16 N/A 54
21 Nov Panels Politics/Walla News[37] 30 12 13 17 6 13 4 6 8 6 5 N/A N/A 61
30 9 13 10 5 12 4 4 8 6 0 19 N/A 59
20 Nov Midgam/Army Radio[38] 30 12 12 18 8 9 6 8 7 4 6 N/A N/A 60
19 Nov Panel HaMidgam Project/Statnet/Ten News[39] 29 14 14 17 5 9 4 8 6 7 7 N/A N/A 53
27 10 14 12 4 9 4 8 6 6 5 15 N/A 50
17 Nov Midgam/News Company[40] 30 12 12 18 8 10 7 6 6 5 6 N/A N/A 61
14–15 Nov Smith/Channel 20[41] 29 11 12 16 8 11 5 8 8 6 6 N/A N/A 61
14 Nov Panels Politics/Maariv[42] 30 11 11 17 7 12 5 7 8 6 6 N/A N/A 62
14 Nov Midgam/News Company[43] 29 11 12 18 8 11 6 7 7 6 5 N/A N/A 61
24 8 12 13 8 10 6 7 7 5 5 15 N/A 55
14 Nov Yisrael Beiteinu leaves the coalition government, down to just 61 MKs in support[44]

20th Knesset

Legend
Date Polling Firm Likud Zionist
Union
Joint
List
Yesh
Atid
Kulanu Jewish
Home
Shas Yisrael
Beiteinu
UTJ Meretz Orly
Levy
C O
25 Oct 2018 Panel HaMidgam Project/Statnet/Ten News[45] 30 12 14 19 7 10 4 5 6 8 5 62 58
11 Oct 2018 Panel HaMidgam Project/Statnet/Ten News[46] 31 11 13 15 6 12 5 6 8 7 6 68 52
7 Oct 2018 Midgam/News Company[47] 32 12 12 18 6 10 5 5 7 6 6 65 54
2–3 Sep 2018 Panels Politics/Keshet[48] 36 11 11 18 6 11 4 6 7 5 5 70 50
21 Aug 2018 Panels Politics/Walla News[49] 33 12 11 20 6 11 4 6 7 5 5 67 53
30 Jul 2018 Panels Politics/Walla News[50] 33 12 11 19 6 10 4 6 8 5 6 67 53
24 Jul 2018 Midgam/News Company[51] 30 15 12 19 7 8 5 7 7 5 5 64 56
12 Jul 2018 Maagar Mochot/Makor Rishon[52] 33 11 11 20 7 10 4 6 7 5 6 67 53
8 Jul 2018 Panels Politics/Walla News[53][54] 35 11 12 17 6 10 4 5 8 7 5 68 52
4 Jul 2018 Midgam/Yediot Ahronot[55] 33 15 12 18 6 7 5 6 7 6 5 64 56
25 Jun 2018 Midgam/News Company[56] 32 15 12 18 7 7 6 6 7 5 5 65 55
8 Jun 2018 Panel HaMidgam Project/Statnet/Ten News[57] 31 13 12 18 6 11 5 6 6 7 5 65 55
3 Jun 2018 Panels Politics/Walla News[58] 34 10 12 16 6 11 5 6 8 6 6 70 50
1 Jun 2018 Smith/Maariv[59] 34 11 12 17 7 9 5 8 6 6 5 69 51
9 May 2018 Panels/Maariv[60] 36 10 12 17 7 9 4 6 7 6 6 69 51
9 May 2018 Geocartography[fn 1] 42 10 ? 18 ? 8 5 ? 9 ? ? 64 ?
9 May 2018 Midgam/News Company[62] 35 14 12 18 6 8 4 6 7 5 5 66 54
1 May 2018 Smith/Channel 20[63] 32 12 12 19 7 10 4 6 7 7 4 66 54
29 Apr 2018 Panels Politics/Walla News[64] 29 11 12 19 7 12 5 6 8 7 4 67 53
26 Apr 2018 Geocartography/Israel Hayom[65] 34 9 11 20 6 9 4 4 9 7 7 66 54
23 Apr 2018 Midgam/News Company[66] 28 14 12 20 6 10 4 5 7 6 8 60 60
15 Apr 2018 Panel Politics/Knesset Channel[67] 29 10 11 20 9 12 5 5 7 7 5 67 53
3 Apr 2018 Panel HaMidgam Project/Statnet/Ten News[68] 32 12 13 21 7 10 4 5 5 7 4 63 57
29 Mar 2018 Smith/Channel 20[69] 30 13 12 19 7 10 5 5 7 7 5 64 56
22 Mar 2018 Meretz leadership primary concludes with Tamar Zandberg's victory[70]
16 Mar 2018 Geocartography/Israel Hayom[71] 39 10 10 20 5 8 0 5 9 7 7 66 54
12 Mar 2018 Panel HaMidgam Project/Statnet/Ten News[72] 29 11 13 24 6 11 5 6 6 9 N/A 63 57
12 Mar 2018 Midgam/News Company[73] 30 13 12 21 6 11 4 4 7 7 5 62 58
11 Mar 2018 Former defense minister Moshe Ya'alon announces his intention to form a new party and run in the next election[74]
8 Mar 2018 Panels Politics/Walla News[75] 30 11 10 24 7 11 4 7 8 8 N/A 67 53
8 Mar 2018 Maagar Mochot/Israel Hayom[76] 34 10 10 24 6 14 2 5 8 7 N/A 69 51
6 Mar 2018 Independent MK Orly Levy announces her intention to form a new party and run in the next election[77]
4 Mar 2018 Panel HaMidgam Project/Statnet/Ten News[78] 29 12 12 24 7 10 5 7 6 8 N/A 64 56
1 Mar 2018 Panels Politics/Walla News[79] 29 13 10 23 8 11 4 6 8 8 N/A 66 54
28 Feb 2018 Geocartography/Israel Hayom[80] 36 10 10 23 5 11 4 5 10 6 N/A 71 49
21–22 Feb 2018 Midgam/News Company[81] 28 15 12 24 7 9 5 7 7 6 N/A 63 57
21 Feb 2018 Panel HaMidgam Project/Statnet/Ten News[82] 27 15 12 23 8 10 5 7 6 7 N/A 63 57
19 Feb 2018 Geocartography/Israel Hayom[83] 34 12 12 20 7 14 0 6 9 6 N/A 70 50
14 Feb 2018 Smith/Maariv[84] 28 15 12 22 7 11 5 7 7 6 N/A 65 55
14 Feb 2018 Panel HaMidgam Project/Ten News[85] 27 16 11 25 5 11 5 6 7 7 N/A 61 59
14 Feb 2018 Midgam/News Company[86] 26 15 12 22 9 11 5 6 7 7 N/A 64 56
1 Feb 2018 Geocartography[87] 30 13 8 24 7 12 5 8 7 6 N/A 69 51
21 Jan 2018 Panels Politics/Walla News[88] 24 15 11 25 8 13 4 5 8 7 N/A 62 58
12 Jan 2018 Panels Politics/Maariv[89] 22 14 11 27 9 13 4 5 8 7 N/A 61 59
10–11 Jan 2018 Midgam/News Company[90] 25 16 12 24 7 11 6 7 7 5 N/A 63 57
28 Dec 2017 Geocartography[91] 31 13 9 26 8 12 4 4 7 6 N/A 66 54
25–27 Dec 2017 Maagar Mochot/Makor Rishon[92] 24 12 11 25 11 14 4 5 7 7 N/A 65 55
18–19 Dec 2017 Geocartography[93] 24 14 9 27 7 20 0 5 9 5 N/A 65 55
8 Dec 2017 Geocartography[94] 33 12 13 16 7 14 6 6 9 4 N/A 75 45
4 Dec 2017 News Company[95] 24 18 12 22 6 12 5 7 7 7 N/A 61 59
1 Dec 2017 Panels Politics/Maariv[96] 25 17 11 25 7 12 4 5 8 6 N/A 61 59
26 Nov 2017 Ten News[97] 24 17 11 24 9 12 4 5 7 7 N/A 61 59
19 Nov 2017 Walla News[98] 27 19 11 21 7 10 3 7 8 7 N/A 62 58
1 Nov 2017 Ten News[99] 26 19 12 22 7 11 4 5 6 8 N/A 59 61
1 Nov 2017 News Company[100] 24 21 12 20 8 12 4 6 8 5 N/A 62 58
28 Oct 2017 Panel HaMidgam Project/Statnet/Ten News[101] 26 20 12 21 7 10 3 6 6 7 N/A 58 60
17 Oct 2017 Panels Politics[102] 25 20 11 22 6 13 4 6 7 6 N/A 61 59
21 Sep 2017 Panels Politics[103] 28 17 11 24 6 12 4 5 8 5 N/A 63 57
22 Aug 2017 Geocartography[104] 34 13 10 14 10 13 4 6 9 7 N/A 76 44
13 Aug 2017 Panels[105] 25 16 11 21 9 12 5 7 8 6 N/A 66 54
6 Aug 2017 Panel HaMidgam Project/Channel 10[106] 27–31 20–22 11 16–18 7 9–10 5–6 8 7 5 N/A 63-69 52-56
3 Aug 2017 Maagar Mochot/Makor Rishon[107] 30 16 13 20 9 12 4 5 6 5 N/A 66 54
27 Jul 2017 Panel HaMidgam Project/Channel 10[108] 28 20 10 17 7 13 6 7 7 5 N/A 68 52
23 Jul 2017 Geocartography[109] 32 18 10 17 6 9 5 9 9 5 N/A 70 50
21 Jul 2017 Panels/Maariv/Jerusalem Post[110] 24 19 11 22 9 13 5 5 7 5 N/A 63 57
12 Jul 2017 Geocartography/Kol Brama[111] 29 19 11 21 8 10 4 4 9 5 N/A 64 56
12 Jul 2017 Panels/Walla[111] 25 19 12 21 7 12 5 6 8 5 N/A 63 57
11 Jul 2017 Panel HaMidgam Project/Channel 10[112] 29 24 8 16 6 14 5 7 6 5 N/A 67 53
11 Jul 2017 Midgam/Channel 2[113] 25 20 13 18 8 13 5 6 7 5 N/A 64 56
10 Jul 2017 Second round of Labor leadership election concludes with Avi Gabbay's victory[114]
7 Jul 2017 Panels/Maariv[115] 25–26 16–17 12 20–21 8–9 12 5–6 6 7 6–7 N/A 63-66 54-57
5 Jul 2017 Midgam/Channel 2 News[116] 28–29 14–15 13 20–21 10–11 9 5 7 6 6 N/A 67-65 55-53
5 Jul 2017 Midgam Panel + Statnet/Walla News[117] 21–22 18 13 23 9–10 11 7 5 7 5 N/A 60-62 59
4 Jul 2017 First round of Labor leadership election concludes with Avi Gabbay and Amir Peretz advancing to the second round[118]
26 May 2017 Midgam/Channel 2[119] 30 12 13 22 7 9 7 7 7 6 N/A 67 53
26 May 2017 Geocartography[120][121] 26 11 13 24 6 11 4 8 9 8 N/A 64 56
27 Apr 2017 Jewish Home leadership primaries concludes with Naftali Bennett's victory[122]
27 Apr 2017 Geocartography/Radio 103FM[123] 23 11 13 25 7 13 6 7 9 6 N/A 56 55
22 Apr 2017 Channel 22[124] 28 12 13 24 7 10 7 6 7 6 N/A 56 55
5 Apr 2017 Old Dialog/Channel 10[125] 27 10 12 29 6 10 6 6 7 7 N/A 62 58
29 Mar 2017 Walla[126] 24 10 12 28 7 13 6 7 7 6 N/A 64 56
24 Mar 2017 Panels/Maariv/Jerusalem Post[127] 25 10 13 28 7 13 6 7 7 5 N/A 65 55
17 Mar 2017 Channel 10[128] 26 10 13 25 6 13 6 7 7 7 N/A 65 55
20 Jan 2017 Panels[129] 23 9 13 26 7 13 7 7 8 7 N/A 65 55
17 Jan 2017 Channel 2[130] 24 11 13 26 7 12 7 7 7 6 N/A 64 56
12 Jan 2017 Walla[131] 24 9 12 27 6 13 7 9 7 6 N/A 66 54
9 Jan 2017 Geocartography/Globes[132] 22 13 13 27 6 9 6 7 10 7 N/A 60 60
5 Jan 2017 Teleseker/Channel 1[133] 22 13 12 26 5 14 7 9 6 6 N/A 63 57
1 Jan 2017 Smith/Reshet Moreshet[134] 28 13 12 22 7 11 7 7 7 6 N/A 67 53
30 Dec 2016 Statnet/Channel 10[135] 23 8 12 27 7 12 8 10 7 6 N/A 67 53
2 Dec 2016 Midgam/iPanel[136] 25 10 13 25 7 11 7 8 7 7 N/A 65 55
4 Nov 2016 Smith/Reshet Bet[137] 26 13 13 21 7 12 7 8 7 6 N/A 67 53
2 Oct 2016 Panels Politics/Maariv[138] 22 10 13 27 6 14 7 9 7 5 N/A 65 55
26 Sep 2016 TNS/Channel 1[139] 21 12 13 25 6 13 8 9 7 6 N/A 64 56
9 Sep 2016 Geocartography/Channel 1[140] 23 11 13 27 6 11 4 9 9 7 N/A 62 58
6 Sep 2016 Midgam/iPanel/Channel 2[141] 22 13 13 24 6 14 6 10 7 5 N/A 65 55
11 Aug 2016 Maagar Mochot[142] 27 10 13 21 6 13 8 9 7 6 N/A 70 50
7 Aug 2016 Geocartography[143] 25 8 13 22 6 16 7 7 11 5 N/A 72 48
3 Jun 2016 Jerusalem Post/Smith Poll[144] 27 15 13 19 7 11 6 8 8 6 N/A 67 53
29 May 2016 Geocartography/Kol Chai[145] 27 8 13 21 7 14 4 8 10 8 N/A 70 50
27 May 2016 Smith/Reshet Bet[146] 28 15 13 19 6 10 7 8 8 6 N/A 67 53
25 May 2016 Yisrael Beiteinu signs a coalition agreement with Likud to enter the government[147]
17 May 2016 Geocartography/Channel 1[148] 27 11 13 24 6 8 4 9 10 8 N/A 64 56
17 May 2016 Panels Politics/Maariv[149] 26 13 11 18 6 14 7 11 7 7 N/A 71 49
16 May 2016 Midgam/iPanel[150] 27 17 13 18 7 10 6 9 7 6 N/A 66 54
16 May 2016 Midgam/Statnet/Channel 10[151] 25 13 14 20 9 12 6 9 6 6 N/A 67 53
25 Mar 2016 Smith/Reshet Bet[152] 26 17 12 19 7 11 7 8 7 6 N/A 66 54
24 Mar 2016 Dialog[153] 27 15 13 20 7 12 7 7 7 5 N/A 67 53
18 Mar 2016 Maariv[154] 26 15 12 21 6 12 7 9 6 6 N/A 66 54
9 Mar 2016 TNS/Channel 1[155] 25 15 13 21 6 12 7 8 7 6 N/A 65 55
5 Mar 2016 Midgam/Channel 2[156] 26 18 13 19 7 11 6 8 7 5 N/A 65 55
26 Feb 2016 Smith/Reshet Bet[157] 27 19 13 18 7 11 6 7 6 6 N/A 64 56
19 Feb 2016 Panels Politics[158] 27 15 12 18 6 12 7 10 7 6 N/A 69 51
28 Jan 2016 Maagar Mochot[159] 30 18 13 18 4 9 8 9 6 5 N/A 66 54
21 Jan 2016 Channel 10[160] 27 15 14 16 7 13 7 10 7 4 N/A 71 49
1 Jan 2016 Midgam/Yediot Achranot[161] 25 18 13 18 7 12 6 8 7 6 N/A 65 55
30 Nov 2015 Maagar Mochot[162] 31 20 13 15 5 9 8 8 6 5 N/A 67 53
17 Mar 2015 Election results 30 24 13 11 10 8 7 6 6 5 67 53
Date Polling Firm
Likud Zionist
Union
Joint
List
Yesh
Atid
Kulanu Jewish
Home
Shas Yisrael
Beiteinu
UTJ Meretz Orly
Levy
C O

Scenario polls

Likud with Yisrael Beiteinu

Date Polling Firm Likud
Yisrael
Beiteinu
Zionist Union Joint
List
Yesh
Atid
Kulanu Jewish
Home
Shas UTJ Meretz Gesher C
3 Jun 2018 Panels Politics/Walla News[58] 36 10 12 16 8 11 5 8 6 8 68

Hosen with Moshe Ya'alon

Date Polling Firm Likud Zionist
Union
Joint
List
Yesh Atid Kulanu Jewish
Home
Shas Yisrael
Beiteinu
UTJ Meretz Gesher Hosen
+Ya'alon
New Right C
30 Dec 2018 Midgam/Channel 13[21] 27 8 12 12 6 4 6 5 7 6 5 16 6 56

Hosen with Hatnuah

Date Polling Firm Likud Labor Hosen
with
Hatnuah
Joint
List
Yesh Atid Kulanu Jewish
Home
Shas Yisrael
Beiteinu
UTJ Meretz Gesher New Right C
2 Jan 2019 Midgam/iPanel/News Company[16] 31 8 15 12 11 5 4 5 5 7 5 6 6 58

Hosen with Yesh Atid

Date Polling Firm Likud Labor Joint
List
Yesh
Atid
+
Hosen
Kulanu Jewish Home Shas Hatnuah Yisrael
Beiteinu
UTJ Meretz Gesher New
Right
C
17 Jan 2019 Panels Politics/Walla! News[5] 33 7 10 28 4 5 4 0 5 7 5 4 8 61
Date Polling Firm Likud Zionist
Union
Joint
List
Hosen
with
Yesh Atid
Kulanu Jewish
Home
Shas Yisrael
Beiteinu
UTJ Meretz Gesher C
27 Dec 2018 Maagar Mochot/Israel Hayom[26] 30 8 12 25 6 10 4 5 7 5 6 57
27 Dec 2018 Panels/Channel 12[28] 31 8 11 30 5 11 4 4 7 5 4 58
25 Dec 2018 Panel HaMidgam Project/Statnet/Ten News[31] 27 9 12 26 7 9 5 6 7 6 6 55
25 Dec 2018 Panels Politics/Walla News[32] 31 9 11 26 5 11 4 6 6 6 5 57
16 Dec 2018 Midgam/Channel 13[36] 29 10 12 26 5 9 5 7 7 5 5 55

Hosen with Yesh Atid and Labor

Date Polling Firm Likud Hosen
+Yesh Atid
+Labor
Joint
List
Kulanu Jewish
Home
Shas Hatnuah Yisrael
Beiteinu
UTJ Meretz Gesher New Right C
3 Jan 2019 Maagar Mochot/Israel Hayom[15] 32 34 9 6 4 0 0 4 5 5 4 9 56

Jewish Home with Tkuma, Yachad and Otzma

Date Polling Firm Likud Labor Joint
List
Yesh
Atid
Kulanu Jewish Home
+Tkuma
+Yachad
+Otzma
Shas Hatnuah Yisrael
Beiteinu
UTJ Meretz Gesher Hosen New
Right
C
3 Jan 2019 Maagar Mochot/Israel Hayom[15] 28 6 9 13 7 9 0 4 4 6 6 4 11 9 59

Hosen with Kulanu and Gabi Ashkenazi

Date Polling Firm Likud Labor Joint
List
Yesh
Atid
Kulanu+
Hosen+
Ashkenazi
Jewish Home Shas Hatnuah Yisrael
Beiteinu
UTJ Meretz Gesher New
Right
C
8 Jan 2019 Panels Politics/Walla! News[9] 32 8 12 12 18 5 5 0 4 7 5 4 8 75

UTJ with Shas

Date Polling Firm Likud Labor Joint
List
Yesh
Atid
Kulanu Jewish Home Shas
+UTJ
Hatnuah Yisrael
Beiteinu
Meretz Gesher Hosen New
Right
C
16 Jan 2019 TNS/Kan[6] 29 7 12 10 6 4 13 4 4 5 6 13 7 59

Yesh Atid with Hatnuah

Date Polling firm Likud Labor Joint
List
Yesh
Atid
+
Hatnuah
Kulanu Jewish
Home
Shas Yisrael
Beiteinu
UTJ Meretz Gesher Hosen
Yisrael
New
Right
Ta'al C
14-16 Jan 2019 Midgam/Channel 12[163] 32 8 6 17 4 0 6 5 7 5 4 12 8 6 57

Preferred Prime Minister polling

Some opinion pollsters have asked voters which party leader they would prefer as Prime Minister.

Date Polling Firm Benjamin
Netanyahu
Benny
Gantz
Yair
Lapid
Naftali
Bennett
Avigdor
Liberman
Avi
Gabbay
16 Jan 2019 Midgam/Channel 12[164] 36 28
38 21
16 Jan 2019 TNS/Kan[6] 42 31
11 Jan 2019 Maagar Mochot/Radio 103 FM[11] 44 21 10 5
8 Jan 2019 Panel Project HaMidgam/Channel 10[165] 41 38
45 29
4 Jan 2019 Panels Politics/Maariv[13] 49 26
3 Jan 2019 Smith/Jerusalem Post[14] 39 14 9 7 5 4
3 Jan 2019 Maagar Mochot/Israel Hayom[15] 35 15 10 5 2 5
2 Jan 2019 TNS/Kan 40 30 24
2 Jan 2019 Midgam/iPanel/News Company 35 28
38 17
Date Polling Firm Benjamin Netanyahu Yair Lapid Avi Gabbay Naftali Bennett Avigdor Liberman Moshe Kahlon Moshe Ya'alon Ehud Barak Gideon Sa'ar Tzipi Livni Benny Gantz
30 Dec 2018 Midgam/Channel 13[21] 36 29
27 Dec 2018 Maagar Mochot/Israel Hayom[26] 35 10 6 5 3 3 14
25 Dec 2018 Sarid/Kan News[30] 37 13 7 3 6 13
25 Dec 2018 Panels Politics/Walla![32] 40 9 6 12
21 Nov 2018 Panels Politics/Walla! 36 6 3 4 2 6 5 11
14-15 Nov 2018 Smith/News 20 30 9 4 8 5 15
7 Oct 2018 Midgam/News company 38 9 4 1 5 12
25 Jun 2018 Midgam/News company 34 9 3 3 5 13
8 Jun 2018 Channel 10 39 13 7 6 4
12 Mar 2018 Knesset Channel 35 12 4 6 2 7 9
12 Mar 2018 Midgam/News company 36 12 8 6
8 Mar 2018 Panels Politics/Walla! News 39 16 11
1 Mar 2018 Walla/Panels Politics 37 20 9
21 Jan 2018 Walla/Panels Politics 33 18 11
10-11 Jan 2018 Midgam/iPanel 35 23
27-29 Dec 2017 Maagar Mochot/Makor Rishon 24 18 6 6 3 17
4 Dec 2017 News Company 35 20
39 19
1 Dec 2017 Panels Politics/Maariv 26 18 9 6 4 5
19 Nov 2017 News Walla 31 14 7 9 7
9 Nov 2017 Panels Politics/Maariv 36 11 14 5 3 4
28 Oct 2017 Channel 10 28 11 11 5 3 6
17 Oct 2017 Panels Politics 33 16 13 6 2 4
21 Sep 2017 Panels Politics 23 12 10 6 4 3 15
27 Jul 2017 Panel HaMidgam Project/Channel 10 32 14 13 7 7
21 Jul 2017 Panels/Maariv/Jerusalem Post 26 14 12 8 3 8
12 Jul 2017 Panels/Walla 35 16 16 7 3 7
11 Jul 2017 Panel HaMidgam Project/Channel 10 37 12 14 8 7
11 Jul 2017 Midgam/Channel 2 34 12 13 6
Date Polling Firm Benjamin Netanyahu Yair Lapid Isaac Herzog Naftali Bennett Avigdor Liberman Gabi Ashkenazi Moshe Ya'alon Ehud Barak Gideon Sa'ar
26 May 2017 Midgam/Channel 2 35 14 4 5 6 9
5 Apr 2017 Old Dialog/Channel 10 23 18 4 5 4 11
12 Jan 2017 Walla 37 33
5 Jan 2017 Teleseker/Channel 1 23 21 4 7 5 6 4
30 Dec 2016 Statnet/Channel 10 27 15 5 7 9
21 Jan 2016 Channel 10 35 9 11 11 9

Notes

  1. ^ Survey partially released by Army Radio.[61]

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