Polls, trains and engineers - The Times of Israel

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, right, and Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz, left, seen with mayors of the southern Israeli towns on an Ashkelon-Beersheva bound Israel Railways train leaving from the Southern Israeli city of Netivot, September ...

Likud: 'Lapid would endanger Israel's security' - Ynetnews

After a Channel 2 poll indicates that Yair Lapid would emerge victorious if elections were held today, Likud issues statement: 'Lapid is a man of the left who would make concessions which would endanger Israel's security.' Moran Azulay|Published: 07.09 ...

Labor, Likud bash Yesh Atid as it rises in polls - The Times of Israel

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and then-finance minister Yair Lapid, July 2013. (Kobi Gideon/GPO/Flash90). Newsroom. Email the Newsroom · Facebook · Twitter. Related Topics. Knesset · polls · Yesh Atid. Labor and Likud lawmakers took to the ...

Railway crisis puts Yesh Atid leader ahead of PM in poll - Israel Hayom

Channel 2 poll: If elections were held today, Likud would lose votes to Habayit Hayehudi and Yisrael Beytenu, while Zionist Union voters would support Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid • Likud downplays results, says Lapid's rise in poll is circumstantial.

A crack in the iceberg - Ynetnews

Analysis: Netanyahu isn't stupid. He understands that Likud voters are moving in droves to other parties, that they are fed up with his conduct, preferences and his family's behavior. He realizes that if he fails to change his conduct immediately, he ...

Deri: We'll help ensure that Bibi heads the next government - Arutz Sheva

Interior Minister and Shas chairman Aryeh Deri announced Wednesday morning that his party will back Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu in the next election and will help him form the next government. Speaking on Radio Kol Hai, Deri responded to a ...

Likud Dismayed as Poll Shows Lapid Topping Netanyahu - http://hamodia.com

YERUSHALAYIM - Likud MKs responded with dismay to a poll by Channel Two, which for the first time shows Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid pulling ahead of the Likud in national elections. Sources in the party blamed the result on the recent “Shabbos work crisis ...