Israel’s 2019 elections are likely to be very close.
However, the main factor is the country’s massive infrastructure and the number of candidates running for president.
Here are some things you need to know.
The big-ticket candidates are expected to win: According to the latest polls, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party is the most likely to win the 2019 elections.
However the next three leaders of the party, Naftali Bennett and Benjamin Netanyahu, will not be able to take the country to victory.
A survey by the Public Policy Polling (PPP) and the Israel Democracy Institute showed that Netanyahu is on track to win by 7 points.
However this number is likely to decrease as the elections approach.
A poll by the Jerusalem Post predicted that Netanyahu will take 50-60 percent of the vote.2.
What is the Israeli electorate like?
Israel’s voters are mostly young, male and over the age of 55.
There are also significant ethnic and religious minorities, which will make up a significant part of the electorate.
A recent survey by Israel Democracy and the Jewish Agency showed that almost 80 percent of Israel’s population are Jewish.3.
How do the parties compete?
There are a lot of political parties vying for the 2020 election.
The main parties are led by the Likudi party, the Jewish Home party and the Yesh Atid party.
The Jewish Home, led by Shai Masot, is the only party that is running in a coalition with the centre-left Likuds party.
However it has not yet decided if it will join them.
Likuda is also expected to be the biggest winner.
In the past, the parties have not competed in any meaningful elections.
In 2019, however, the Zionist Union (Zionist Union) party, led in large part by Avigdor Lieberman, will compete for the top spot.
However in a very close race, Lieberman’s party will be able have the upper hand.4.
How can you predict the outcome?
There is a very good chance that one of the major parties will win.
For the main parties, the key to their success is to win enough seats to form a government.
The next election is expected to take place on March 24, 2019.
However if you want to be a part of this election, you need not wait until then.
Follow our live blog for all the latest on the 2019 Israeli elections.5.
Where can I find more information on the Israeli elections?
Here is a complete list of all the major candidates: Prime Minister Benjamin J. Netanyahu’s Likud Party: Likudeh is a right-wing party, which has been in power since 2001.
It is currently in third place in the polls with 31.8 percent.
Prime minister Levy Benyamin’s Jewish Home party: The party has been governing in coalition with Yesh Atid and Labor for the past 15 years.
It was the third largest party in the Lefkowitz elections in 2021.
Labor leader Avigdor Liberman’s Yair Lapid Party: A member of the Jewish Land coalition, Lapid is a former minister of education and health and is also responsible for the countrys infrastructure and social services.
Lavi Nasr’s Zionists in the Torah: The party is led by Knesset member Avraham Burg.
Yitzhak Herzog’s Labor Party: The Likid is led by Zvi Katznelson, who is also an ex-officio member of Yom Kippur and served as the minister of communications in Israel’s Prime Ministerial Office.
Avi Dichter’s Habayit Hayehudi: A member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Jewish Home Party, Herzog is also a member of Israel Prime – Livni Party.
Haim Herzog: The leader of Havana Party, Herzegovna is a member of the Labor Party and a political activist.
Eitan Shavit’s Israel United for Change: An independent party, Israel United for Change is led and supported by Yigal Allon and Lizak Herzog.
The Yesh Andid party is currently in fourth place in terms of number of seats, with just 14.8 percent.
Israel National Party is in third place with 15.7 percent, followed by the United For Change party with 17.9 percent.
The Israeli Independent Party has 17.3 percent, the Zionist Union has