51 percent of Israelis believe the new Likud List has shifted rightward, while 24% view the Likud as traditional as in the past and 23% were undecided, according to a Dialog poll conducted by Chamil Fuchs for channel 1 'Election HQ' Saturday night program with Nadav Peri.
53 percent of those questioned say that the Likud primaries did not affect how they would vote, with 25% saying they are more likely to vote for Likud Beiteni and 16% saying it makes them less likely to cast a ballot for Likud Beiteni.
Among 2009 Likud voters (23%), 31% of respondents said the Likud list makes them less likely to vote for Likud Beitenu in the upcoming election, while 16 percent said it makes them more likely to vote for Likud Beitenu.
However, among likely 'Likud Beitenu' voters, only 6 percent of those who have already expressed their support say they are now less likely to vote Likud Beitenu.
Another interesting fact according to the Dialog poll: 35% of Likud Beiteni likely voters believe Israel must revive the peace process following the UN vote of Palestine, compared to 66% among Labor voters.