Benny Gantz would beat Netanyahu if Israel's elections were held today, polls show

Benny Ganz, / Photo: Tsafrir Abayov/AP

National Unity Party Chairman Benny Gantz would defeat Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu if elections were held today, according to a poll released days after Gantz's party quit the government.

According to that poll, Gantz would win 41 percent of the votes, while 35 percent of the votes would go to Netanyahu, reports the Times of Israel.

Almost half of the respondents, 42 percent of them, said that they would support Gantz as the new leader, and the president of the right-wing party Israel is our home, Avigdor Lieberman, according to the survey, has only two percent more votes than Netanyahu.

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