The Knesset's site provides details as to the voting of last Tuesday, now that all ballots were counted.
The "threshhold barrier" was 62,760.
(In other words, in Israel's system, a party first has to prove its worth by getting at least 2% of all valid votes cast).
Then, all the valid votes were divided by 120 and that figure, the per seat quotient, was 24,609.
If you want to know, 3,188,075 actually voted; 49,704 either voted a blank slip or placed 3 or more ballot slips in the envelope or placed a ripped slip or slips of two different parties. Which leaves 3,138,371 "valid votes".
Baruch Merzel's party receieved 25,935; Kleiner's 2,883, and Tzomet 1,509.
So, to my mind, the lost votes from the identifiable 'Right' equaled 30,327. I'm sure that of the 49,000+ invalid votes, there were many thousands that could have gone to NU/NRP.
The NU/NRP received 223,838 which represents 9 seats.
Likud received 282,070 which came out 12 seats.
In other words, the 60,000 difference between the two translated into a 3-seat parity.
If the NU/NRP had been awarded those "lost" votes, it could have picked up one or two more seats.
Well, thank you Baruch and Michael.