PM Netanyahu is still the only favorite to form the next Israeli government, hence, since the Knesset lists were announced Likud Beitenu has lost 2 seats and Livni has gained 2, according to the latest Channel poll conducted by Chamil Fuchs from Dialog Institute.
If elections were held today, Likud Beitenu would garner 37 projected seats, Labor 20, Jewish Home 11, Shas 10, Livni 10 and Yesh Atid headed by Yair Lapid has dropped to only 7 projected seats.
Among definite voters, who have expressed their support for one of the parties, Likud Beitenu has 31 assured seats banked, while only 21 percent (which make up 6 seats) might still change their mind until election day. On the other hand, 25% of potential Labor likely voters are still persuadable and ready to change thier mind, compared to almost 50% of potential Yesh Atid voters (which make up 3 seats out of 7 projected.), according to the channel 10 poll broadcast Tuesday evening.