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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Israeli Polls Close

The polls have closed in Israel, and voting has ended.

Preliminary exit polls suggest the following breakdown: (via Muqata, IsraellyCool, and Haaretz) Hit expand to see polls.

Channel 1:
  • 30 Kadima
  • 28 Likud
  • 14 Yisrael Beiteinu
  • 13 Labor
  • 9 Shas
  • 5 Agudah
  • 5 Meretz
  • 5 Arabs (Balad, Ra'am Tal)
  • 4 Hadash
  • 4 Bayit Yehudi
  • 3 Ichud Leumi
Channel 2:
  • 29 Kadima
  • 27 Likud
  • 15 Yisrael Beiteinu
  • 13 Labor
  • 10 Shas
  • 6 Arabs (Balad, Ra'am Tal)
  • 5 Agudah
  • 4 Meretz
  • 4 Hadash
  • 4 Bayit Yehudi
  • 3 Ichud Leumi
Channel 10:
  • 30 Kadima
  • 28 Likud
  • 15 Yisrael Beiteinu
  • 13 Labor
  • 9 Shas
  • 6 Arabs (Balad, Ra'am Tal)
  • 5 Agudah
  • 4 Meretz
  • 4 Hadash
  • 3 Bayit Yehudi
  • 3 Ichud Leumi
Ynet:
  • 28 Kadima
  • 26 Likud
  • 16 Yisrael Beiteinu
  • 14 Labor
  • 10 Shas
  • 6 Agudah
  • 5 Hadash
  • 4 Arabs (Balad, Ra'am Tal)
  • 4 Meretz
  • 4 Bayit Yehudi
  • 3 Ichud Leumi


All in all, it sounds to be about 65-55 Right, which means that Kadima's Tzipi Livni may not get the first chance at forming a government. That might go to Bibi Netanyahu of the Likud even though Kadima has 1-2 more seats, and even that could change as the actual results come in.

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