A new Poll reported by the Jerusalem Post showcased that Benjamin Netanyahu’s political party saw a boost in the Polls after Trump left the Iran Deal.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu received a massive boost in support in the immediate aftermath of US President Donald Trump’s decision to adopt Netanyahu’s recommendation to quit the July 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, according to a Midgam poll broadcast Wednesday night on Channel 2.
The poll found that if an election were held now, Netanyahu’s Likud party would rise from its current 30 Knesset seats to 35, up from the 28 predicted by the same pollster just two weeks ago on April 23 and the best the Likud has fared in Midgam polls in a decade.
The Poll also found that 62% supported the cancellation of The Iran Deal while only 17% said they disagreed. 62% also said they are also now fearful of war might erupt while 31% said they still aren’t.