Poll: Jewish Israelis Unhappy With Netanyahu’s Coalition Negotiations
Arutz Sheva – Most of the Jewish population of Israel is not satisfied with the way Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu managed the coalition negotiations, according to a poll published Tuesday.
According to the Peace Index of the Israel Democracy Institute, about two-thirds of the Jewish public (64%) hold the opinion that Netanyahu did not act correctly when surrendering to haredi demands to cancel almost all decisions made in the 19th Knesset, including the draft and lowering child allowances. The survey was published by Walla! News.