17% still remain undecided for who to vote for on Tuesday, the last poll conducted by Rafi Smith for the Jerusalem Post and Globes shows. 21% of the undecided are 2009 Kadima voters. Among Right-wing voters, only 11% remain undecided, while 23% of centrist voters have not yet found the right party to vote for.
The poll also show that more seniors (ages 55+) remain undecided (19%) than young voters under the age of 30 (13%).
Pollster Rafi Smith found that among voters under the age of 30, Likud Beitenu received the most support, followed closely by Bayit Yehudi, Yesh Atid and Labor. Tzipi Livni's Hatnu'a Party received nearly no support among voters under 30, even falling behind two parties not expected to pass the 2-percent electoral threshold, Eretz Chadasha and Green Leaf.
Livni tried to reach out to young people on Thursday by visiting a mall and handing out coffee packets bearing a message “Israel, Wake Up!” and also produced an ad even worse than the grotesque “First Time” ad by Obama, appealing to young voters to do it the first time by voting for Hatnu'a. just disgusting.