Polls have closed in Israel after Tuesday's election. that's widely being seen as a referendum on the country's controversial Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Exit polls show the race between Netanyahu and his main rival Benny Gantz is too close to call.
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Mark, exit polls following Israel's second general election in just five months suggest we may have to wait some time before we know if Netanyahu can again hang on to power.
The centrist Blue and White alliance of former military chief Benny Gantz is projected to win between 32 and 34 seatsand Netanyahu's right-wing Likud party 31 to 33 seats.
Netanyahu is seeking a record fifth term in officecompeting against his roughest rival yet Gantz, leader of the centrist Blue and White party.
The exit polls showed neither Netanyahu nor Gantz would be able to form a governing coalition without the support of the former defense minister Avigdor Lieberman.
In fact, based on exit polls, Netanyahu has failed to secure a majority, but nothing is confirmed yet.
Netanyahu called the snap vote after failing in his efforts to form governing coalition in the wake of the previous election in April.
The preliminary results are due on Wednesday morning, local time.