According to the results from the seven polling stations in Kfar Chabad, Yahadut Hatorah [ג] came in first place receiving 1062 votes, a plurality. Otzma Yehudit, which failed to cross the minimum threshold, came in second place at 614 votes.
Likud came in third with 526 votes. Yemina receives 312 votes. Shas recorded a significant increase and received 249 votes.
By contrast, in the 2015 elections, Yahadut Hatorah received 204 votes in Kfar Chabad, and in the April elections, they scored 533 votes.
Similarly, in Nachlah, Yahadut Hatorah received 1,002 votes, while Otzma came in second at 712.
Much the same was seen in other Chabad communities throughout the country, Yahadut Hatorah coming in at first or second place, a remarkable achievement over past elections.