Poll: Less than half Likud voters satisfied with Netanyahu’s conduct, want gov’t to remain in place

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu leads a cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem on April 2, 2023. (Olivier Fitoussi/Pool/Flash90)
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu leads a cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem on April 2, 2023. (Olivier Fitoussi/Pool/Flash90)

A Channel 13 poll shows that 60 percent of the public does not trust the government to manage the ongoing terror wave, while just 27% does and 13% was unsure.

Among Likud voters, the figure is just 48%, with 41% not trusting the government.

Respondents were also asked whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s conduct is satisfactory or not. Seventy-one percent said that his conduct has been bad while just 20% said it has been good and 9% were unsure.

Among Likud voters, just 48% said Netanyahu’s conduct has been good while 38% said it has been bad.

Asked what their preferred scenario is going forward, 33% said they prefer another election, 33% said they want Yair Lapid and Benny Gantz’s parties to join the government (ostensibly in place of the far-right Religious Zionism and Otzma Yehudit parties); and 25% said they prefer that the current government remain in place.

Just 43% of Likud voters said they want the current government to remain in place.

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