Poll shows a majority of Israeli public wants an end to Bennett government

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Poll shows a majority of Israeli public wants an end to Bennett government
Channel 12 survey predicts Netanyahu-led bloc would win near-majority of 60 Knesset seats, with Sa’ar’s New Hope party falling below electoral threshold
By TOI staff
14 June 2022

A survey released on Monday found that the majority of the Israeli public is dissatisfied with the governing coalition and that Gideon Sa’ar’s New Hope party is polling below the minimum number of votes needed to enter the Knesset. The Channel 12 poll found solid support for opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-religious bloc, which has gained ground since last year’s election, in line with other recent surveys.

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s government appears to be headed for a collapse one year after taking power and fell into the minority in the Knesset on Monday when a member of the premier’s Yamina party quit the coalition. The diverse, eight-party coalition has been on the ropes since April, when another member of Yamina resigned, and has skidded from one crisis to another since then, as Netanyahu and his allies clamor for the formation of a new, right-wing government. The Channel 12 poll found that 56 percent of Israelis believe Bennett’s government should not “continue to exist.” Only 35% of respondents supported the coalition’s continued survival.

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athenasius

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The Channel 12 poll found solid support for opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-religious bloc, which has gained ground since last year’s election, in line with other recent surveys.
Reality bites. The coalition expected to survive with the help of the Arab MK's who are dedicated to the destruction of Israel. In order to hold that together, too many compromises have happened, and a lot of people are waking up to the fact that they were safer under Netanyahu than Bennett/Lapid/Gantz.
 

daygo

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How much longer is it for when Bennett passes over to gantz I think the premiership of Israel, I've forgotten.
 
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