In comparison, the opposition bloc would win 56 seats, while the left-wing coalition integrated by the Hadash and Ta’al parties would obtain the remaining five,according to a poll by Kan 11 News channel.
The quest showed that less than a third of respondents supported a controversial judicial reform project, promoted by the Government, causing a political earthquake in Israel.
With less than four months in power, the right-wing alliance suffered a great deterioration as a result of various initiatives it has promoted, especially judicial reforms, the national press reported.
Netanyahu has been facing a wave of protests over the plan for weeks, being the target of criticism from broad sectors, from the left and Arabs, to right-wing businessmen and politicians.
Last week a poll published by the Maariv newspaper highlighted that the government’s opponents would have won 65 seats in the Knesset, while the coalition in power would have obtained 55 seats, when it previously held 64.