When the Likud merged with Yisrael Beytenu, most people thought this would guarantee a strong showing in the polls. Instead, the numbers showed the new combined party getting less seats than they did separately, with a good chunk of those missing votes apparently going to Naftali Bennett's Habayit HaYehudi. Several negative ads aimed at him and his party were then aired. Turns out Israeli voters don't really appreciate such tactics, as the Likud has continued to drop as low as 35 seats in the polls (their current strenth is 42) while HHY has risen as high as 15 (up from 3(!)).
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