A majority of Israelis are in favor of the controversial nation-state law, which has come under criticism as being potentially discriminatory against non-Jews in the country, according to a new poll.
The Walla survey finds that 58 percent of the public support the law, and only 34% oppose it.
Among voters of right-wing parties, support soars to 85%, while 75% of left-wing voters oppose it.
Despite supporting the law, a majority of Israelis (54%) also affirm that there is merit the grievances of the Druze community against the law, as opposed to 23% who oppose the Druze campaign.
The poll was conducted online among 532 respondents.