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TABLE-Israel's right-wing Likud leads opinion polls

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Jan 8 (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's
right-wing Likud party, allied with the nationalist Yisrael
Beitenu party, continues to lead opinion polls ahead of Israel's
Jan. 22 parliamentary election.

DATE POLL LK/YB LAB BY SHS H/R/B YA ME KA UT HT
Jan 8 Walla 34 18 13 11 10 11 4 0 6 11
Jan 7 Times 34 21 15 10 12 11 6 0 5 5
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Israel
Jan 4 Maariv 35 18 13 11 11 9 4 2 9 9
Jan 3 Israel 35 18 18 8 11 5 7 0 6 6
Radio
Jan 2 Haaretz 34 16 14 11 12 9 4 2 10 10
Jan 1 Ch. 2 33 17 13 11 11 11 5 0 11 11
Jan 1 Walla 34 18 15 11 10 10 4 2 10 10
Dec 28 Maariv 37 18 13 11 8 8 4 0 9 9

2009 election 28* 13 ** 11 11 ** 3 28 5 **

NOTES: Table shows number of parliamentary seats, which are
assigned in proportion to the number of votes. Parties listed in
table: Likud-Yisrael Beitenu (LK/YB), Labour (LAB), Bayit Yehudi
(BY), Shas (SHS), Hadash/United Arab List/Balad (H/R/B), Yesh
Atid (YA), Meretz (ME), Kadima (KA), United Torah Judaism (UT),
Hatenuah (HT).
*Likud running as single list, without Yisrael Beitenu
**Did not run in 2009 election

(Editing by Jeffrey Heller)

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