VIDEO - As Election Day nears, many Israelis are still unsure about which of the 34 parties they are going to vote for.
Yotam Yospe told Ynet that the options are not so different from one another. "It's really difficult to decide. I'll base my decision mostly on intuition, because there is no one to vote for," he said.
Michal Hamrany is leaning towards Meretz, but said "the problem is you don't want to give your vote to someone who won't have any real power to do anything with your vote."
"Everyone is saying what they think we (want to) hear," she explained.
According to reports, some 25% of eligible voters remain undecided ahead of the January 22 general elections.