A new poll published on Thursday evening by Globes shows that Likud and the "Zionist camp" of Labor and Hatnua are tied, with 24 seats each.
Jewish Home comes in third with 13 seats, a slight increase from the 11 mandates recent polls have given it but still a far cry from the 15 to 17 in earlier surveys from several weeks ago.
The united Arab list of the four Arab parties that united in order to pass the recently raised threshold percentage come in next with 12 mandates.
Yesh Atid receives nine seats in the poll, and Moshe Kahlon's new Kulanu party gets eight, as does Shas.
United Torah Judaism is given seven mandates by the poll, and Avigdor Liberman's Yisrael Beytenu continues to struggle amid a corruption scandal with six seats.
The radical left Meretz party gets five mandates. The poll supports the recent string of findings showing that Eli Yishai's Yachad – Ha'am Itanu party will make it past the threshold with four seats; some polls have given the party five.