In a poll conducted by the Israel Democracy Institute, 756 randomly selected Israelis were asked who they would like to see as prime minister of Israel after the end of the attacks on the Gaza Strip.
Benny Gantz voices
According to the results of the poll, only 15 percent of the respondents favored Netanyahu as prime minister after the war, while 23 percent said they would like to see Benny Gantz, a member of the War Cabinet, as prime minister.
Four percent of respondents said they would prefer anyone other than Netanyahu as prime minister, while 30.5 percent did not wish to express an opinion.
The Institute noted that the poll was conducted on a random sample of 756 respondents, with a margin of error of 3.5 percent.
Former Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, opposition leader Yair Lapid, National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir, Defense Minister Yaov Gallant, former Mossad chief Yossi Cohen and Economy Minister Nir Barkat were among the politicians respondents would like to see as Prime Minister of Israel after the end of the attacks on Gaza.
Israel's Channel 13 television, in an opinion poll conducted with 700 participants on December 29, had revealed that Netanyahu's Likud party could get 16 seats in the Israeli Parliament if the elections were held today.
The Likud Party, led by Netanyahu, currently has 32 seats in the 120-seat Israeli parliament.