Polls have remained the same for weeks as Israel’s election is only 100 days away.
Sure, Bibi’s Likud has the means to become the largest party, but the block as a whole is frozen at 60, just one shy of the magic 61.
So will Bibi find a way to muster a coalition?
Anything is possible, but with Iran marching fast to a bomb, expect Lapid to use it as leverage as to why Israel should keep him as Prime Minister. If Lapid is able to hold on due to a lack of a viable coalition from the right – the results will be catastrophic.