Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Ynet poll: Kadima first past the post; Labor crashes

From Ynet News, 10/2/09:

...according to Rafi Smith poll commissioned by Ynet; Kadima wins 28 Knesset seats, Likud comes in second with 26, Lieberman third with 16, Labor crashes to 14

...However, it appears that the rightist bloc won more Knesset seats than the leftist camp ... Avigdor Lieberman's Yisrael Beiteinu delivered at crunch time to become Israel's third-largest party, while Ehud Barak's Labor party sustained a harsh blow. Exit polls by Israel's major television channels showed similar results

...Below are the complete results of the Smith-Ynet poll:
  • Kadima 28
  • Likud 26
  • Yisrael Beiteinu 16
  • Labor 14
  • Shas 10
  • United Torah Judaism 6
  • Hadash 5
  • Jewish Home 4
  • United Arab List – Ta'al 4
  • Meretz 4
  • National Union 3

According to Channel 1, Kadima won 30 Knesset seats, Likud won 28 mandates, Yisrael Beiteinu won 14 seats, and Labor ended up with 13 mandates.

Channel 2's exit poll predicted that Kadima won 29 Knesset seats, Likud came in second with 27 mandates, Lieberman's Yisrael Beiteinu won 15 seats, and Labor won 13 mandates.

According to Channel 10, Kadima won 30 Knesset seats, Likud won 28 mandates, Yisrael Beiteinu won 15 seats, and Labor won mandates.

'Celebration of democracy'
The turnout rate, which reached nearly 60% by 8 pm, exceeded that of the 2006 elections, dispelled fears that the inclement weather would keep potential voters indoors. The final turnout rate was 65.2%, compared to 63.2 in 2006....

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