Yet another poll has shown Likud and Labor-Hatnua joint in first place were elections to be held today.
The latest poll conducted by Dialogue on behalf of Haaretz places both lists at the top of the pile with 23 seats apiece. That result represents a 2-seat drop for the Likud since the last Dialogue-Haaretz poll, with Labor holding steady at the same number of seats.
Yesh Atid, Jewish Home and the Arab joint list were next, also tied at 12 seats each – a 3-seat improvement for Yesh Atid and a 2-seat drop for Jewish Home.
The were followed by Kulanu (9), Shas and United Torah Judaism (7 each) and Yisrael Beytenu (6).
Meretz and Yachad – Ha'am Itanu once again bottomed out the poll, taking 5 and 4 seats respectively.
The results are similar to another poll, released Tuesday, which also showed Likud and Labor-Hatnua joint top, with 24 seats.
However, the survey also showed that as many as 21% of voters still remain undecided as to who they would vote for come March 17 – meaning that picture could still change significantly.