A vote-buying scandal continues to cut into the Likud Party’s lead ahead of upcoming elections, according to a new poll. But Likud is still poised to win the most seats of any party in the Jan. 28 vote. A survey in the Ha’aretz newspaper shows Likud winning 31 seats in the 120-seat Knesset, down from 41 seats in polls conducted three weeks ago.
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