Friday, January 11, 2013

Panels Poll: 41% of Likely Voters Remain Undecided

A Panels Politics poll in the new weekend paper Sof Ha'Shavua had the number of undecided voters, 11 days ahead of election day, at no less than 41 percent.

The poll was conducted by Menachem Lazar from Panels politics Institute on Wednesday Jan. 09 with a sample of 603 Likely voters (73% of registered voters). 41% are not certain with their vote, with most of the undecided coming from voters who have expressed their preference to vote for one of the three center-left parties, with over 40% of Yesh Atid and Tzipi Livni's  Hatnu'a voters who might still change their mind before election day.

Full Results:

34  Likud Beitenu (Likud and Yisrael Beitenu)
17  Labor
14  Bayit Yehudi (Jewish Home-National Union)
11  Yesh Atid
09  Shas
09  The Movement
06  Yahadut Hatorah/UTJ
05  Meretz
04  Ra’am-Ta’al
03  Hadash
03  Balad
03  Strong Israel
02  Kadima

Total Blocs:
66  Right-Religious
54  Center-Left-Arab