Knesset Channel poll: Likud and Labor tied at 24

The Knesset Channel released a poll today showing that if the elections were held today Likud and Labor would each get 24 seats.

Israelection’s Ben Bernstein comments:

“Practically, it seems very unlikely that Labor leader Isaac Herzog could create a coalition. That being said, the poll isn’t great news for the right either as Bayit Yehudi is┬áback down to 11 seats and Yisrael Beyteinu is at five. While Netanyahu may be able to cobble together a coalition of 67 (Likud, Bayit Yehudi, Shas, Yahadut Hatorah, Yisrael Beyteinu, Kulanu and Yachad minus Baruch Marzel), the coalition would be fairly difficult to govern and Netanyahu may be tempted to create a unity government.”

The full poll results are as follows:

Seats Party
24 Labor
24 Likud
13 United Arab List
12 Yesh Atid
11 Habayit Hayehudi
8 Kulanu
7 Yahadut Hatorah
7 Shas
5 Yisrael Beyteinu
5 Meretz
4 Yachad (Yishai)
Source (Hebrew):