On 23 March 2021, an election is scheduled for the Israeli Knesset.
In Israel, voters do not vote for Prime Minister but instead vote for their preferred political party. There are 120 seats in the Knesset, and whichever candidate can gain a 61-seat coalition gets to form the ruling goverment, with the President of Israel stepping in to lead the process.
Will Netanyahu remain Prime Minister of Israel following the Israeli legislative election of 2021?
This question resolves positive if Benjamin Netanyahu is sworn in as Prime Minister of the thirty-sixth goverment of Israel, according to either official Israeli sources or credible open-source media reporting (The Jerusalem Post, AP, Reuters, etc.). In cases of unclear resolution or failure to form new government (meaning Netanyahu remains PM), go with whether Netanyahu is still listed as PM on 30 June 2021 on the official gov.il site.