A survey carried out by the Dahaf Institute published on Friday, which sampled 1,000 Israeli adults, revealed that 18% of the respondents have yet to decide who to vote for.
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Their votes – which are equivalent to 21 mandates – could decide the make-up of the next government.
An analysis of the swing votes shows that 24% - the equivalent of five Knesset seats - are leaning towards the Left-Center parties.
Conversely, 19% of the undecided are inclined towards the right-wing parties – the Likud-Beiteinu or Habayit Hayehudi. This could provide the rightist bloc with an additional four mandates. The remaining 57%, which could account for 13 Knesset mandates, were unable to state their inclination.
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