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February 12, 1988 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-12

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — A Modiin
Ezrachi public opinion poll in-
dicates a slight gain by
Israel's center-left parties, a
slightly larger decline by the
center-right and a significant
gain in support for the ex-
treme right compared to their
representation in Knesset.
The poll, conducted during
the last two weeks of January,
was published in Maariv on
Tuesday. It projects the
number of Knesset seats each
party would win if elections
were held now.
The extreme right-wing
Kach Party of Rabbi Meir
Kahane, which won a single
Knesset seat in 1984, would
win six seats in the latest poll
compared to four in
November 1987 and five in
June 1987.
At the other end of the
political spectrum, the far-left
Chadash Communist Party
and Progressive List for Peace
would win a total of seven
seats compared to six seats in
each of the earlier polls and
the 1984 election.
The center-left, represented
by the Labor Party, would win
48 Knesset seats, the same
number it would have won in
June 1987. In November 1987
it dipped to 47 seats. It won 46
in the 1984 election.
Likud, the center-right par-
ty, was down to 33 seats from
38 last November and 36 last
June. It won 41 seats in 1984.
The right-wing Techiyah
Party, which would have won
ten seats last November, was
down to eight in January. It
won five seats in 1984 and
would have won eight last
June.
The four religious parties,
which won a total of 12
Knesset seats in 1984, were
down to nine in January com-
pared to ten last June and
last November.
The left-wing Citizens
Rights Movement would win
six seats, according to the
latest poll, compared to the
three it won in 1984.

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1988

Vol. XCII No. 25

Feb. 12, 1988

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