|Party||Votes||% of vote||Seats at start of session||Seats at end of session|
|National Religious Party ²||133,294||9.7%||12||11|
|National List ¹||42,654||3.1%||4||3|
|Progress and Development||28,046||2.1%||2||2|
|Agudat Israel Workers||24,968||1.9%||2||2|
|Cooperation and Brotherhood||19.943||1.4%||2||2|
|This World – New Power ³||16,853||1.2%||2||0|
|Avner Shaki ²||-||-||0||1|
|Shalom Cohen ³||-||-||0||1|
¹ Meir Avizohar defected from the National List to the Alignment
² Shaki left the National Religious Party and remained a single MK
³ After This World – New Power split up, Uri Avnery started Meri, whilst Shalom Cohen remained a single MK.
It was also the last election with such a decisive majority for the left-wing in Israel, as the disastrous Yom Kippur War shortly before the next elections seriously damaged the Alignment's credibility, with their majority over Gahal reduced to just 12 seats.
Gahal resigned from the coalition on 6 August 1970 after the government had decided to adopt the Rogers Plan.
The seventh Knesset was one of the most stable, with only one new party created (and that itself was virtually a rename of an existing party) and four MKs changing parties.