Three parties close to the electoral threshold could determine who forms the next government, according to a new poll taken for the 103 FM radio station broadcast on Monday.

The poll found that if elections would take place now, the Likud would win 28 seats, Yesh Atid 19, New Hope 13, Yamina 11, the Joint List nine, Shas eight, Yisrael Beytenu and United Torah Judaism seven and Labor six.

Three parties were predicted to win four seats: Blue and White, Meretz and the Religious Zionist Party. 

The bloc that does not want Benjamin Netanyahu to remain prime minister - Yesh Atid, New Hope, Yisrael Beytenu, Labor, Blue and White and Meretz - received 53.

Public opinion researcher Dr Dhahlia Scheindlin, who has covered 8 Israeli election campaigns, told KAN's Mark Weiss that the lack of movement in the polls indicates another tight race and the possibility of a 5th election cannot be ruled out.