That's what "they" want you to believe. But, as I wrote elsewhere, the polls in the general media cannot be trusted because while they claim Yachad cannot get more than 1% of the vote, Yachad, as a choice, has never been included in even one poll questionnaire that I have received - and they seem to go out almost daily.
The following was posted to Eli Yishai's facebook page yesterday...
Want to vote Yachad, but are afraid of the blocking percentage?? Join and register in our vote counters!
They imposed a veto on us, so we will win alone.If you would vote for Yachad if you knew they could cross the threshold, please participate in Yachad's online poll and see if your vote counts or not.
PS: I just wanted to comment on the current trend worldwide to use scare tactics in order to herd the sheeple into one corral or the other. It used to be that a candidate would woo voters by telling them how his candidacy would benefit the public. Now, it seems like the goal is to convince everyone how the other guy is an even worse choice than they are. What a sad state democracy has reached.