Twenty days ahead of the general elections Kadima's recent drop in popularity has been halted, and the party garnered 37 seats in the latest Haaretz-Dialogue poll.
Now, Haaretz is telling us of an Israel Radio poll that reports:-
10:37 Israel Radio poll: Kadima 35, Labor 19, Likud 15, Yisrael Beitenu 10 (Israel Radio)
Ynet in English reports:
According to the Mina Tzemach/Dahaf poll, Kadima lost another Knesset seat and is down to 37 seats, marking a drop of six mandates in less than a month. On February 10, Kadima reached 43 seats in the poll and has been going down since that point.
and everyone is quoting Olmert from last night, saying:-
On Wednesday, Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert declared the party has in fact won the elections "and the question is only how many mandates it will win."