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«Israel» Survey Finds Deep Divisions, Displeasure with Leaders

«Israel» Survey Finds Deep Divisions, Displeasure with Leaders
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It's no secret that the "Israeli" entity is a deeply polarized nation, with its prime minister facing a slew of corruption allegations, the so-called "peace process" at a standstill and the regime moving to stifle critics.

"Israeli" PM Benjamin Netanyahu

But a new survey released on Tuesday shows just how divided the country has become. Seventy-two percent of left-wing voters fear the "Israeli" entity's democracy is in danger, an even higher figure than the 65 percent of 1948 Palestinians who feel that way.

The annual "Israeli" Democracy Index interviewed 1,024 people in May and had a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points. The margin increased to 3.4 points for "Israeli" respondents and 7.9 points for the smaller Arab sample size.

The survey found that 68 percent of all respondents felt that Parliament members don't perform their duties properly.

Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team