A poll conducted by Kantor Institute CEO Dudi Hassid and released this morning shows that 42% of Israelis believe Israel is heading into a worse situation at the end of the incoming government’s four-year term.
According to the poll, published this morning by Israeli public broadcaster Kan, only 29% of respondents believe Israel’s situation will be improved in the next four years. The rest say they have no idea about what Israel’s situation will be.
Among people who voted for Benjamin Netanyahu, 68% say they are optimistic about the coming four years.
When asked about the ‘Ben-Gvir law,’ which places the police under the authority of the National Security Minister, 38% of respondents say they oppose the law, while 36% support it.
Nearly half of respondents say they are not satisfied with the makeup of the incoming coalition, compared to 37% who are satisfied.