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Israel election: Right-wing bloc at 60 seats, one shy of the majority, according to the exit polls

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The Likud party of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has won 37 Knesset seats while the Blue and White party of Benny Gants has won 33 seats in Monday’s election, the third in less than a year, according to exit polls published by Channel 12.

According to the poll, the right-wing bloc made of the Likud, religious parties Shas and United Torah Judaism and Yamina received 60 seats, one shy of the 61 majority necessary to form a coalition.

The Joint Arab List won 14 seats, Shas nine seats, United Torah Judaism seven seats, Yamina seven, Labor-Gesher-Meretz seven, and Yisrael Beiteinu six seats.

According to another exit poll, from Channel 13, the right-wing bloc is also winning 60 seats, with Likud at 37 eats, while Blue and White at 32 seats.

According to thus poll, the Joint Arab List won 14 seats, Shas nine, Yisrael Beyteinu eight, United Torah Judaism eight, Yamina six, and Labor-Gesher-Meretz six seats.

A third exit poll by the Kan public television had the Likud at 36 seats, while the Blue and White party won 33 seats.

According to the Kan News poll, the third largest party is the Joint Arab List led by Ayman Odeh with 15 seats. Shas won nine seats, United Torah Judaism eight seats, Yamina seven seats, Yisrael Beyteinu six seats, and Labor-Gesher-Meretz six seats.

All three exit polls predict that the right-wing bloc will win 60 seats in total.

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