According to opinion polls commissioned privately by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, one third of the electorate is undecided about how to vote in the March 17 general election. DEBKAfile also learns that Netanyahu is planning to brighten up the Likud Knesset list of candidates with new faces, including popular outsiders. Non-political figures are meanwhile shopping for openings to a political career. Former AMAN chief Asher Yadlin, for instance, now on a visit to Washington, is close to a decision about whether to join the opposition Labor party. The former Justice Minister Tzipi Livni’s party (The Movement), is reliably predicted to fall short of the threshold for a place in the next parliament.