Poll: 60% of Israelis prefer to directly elect PM

October 24, 2012 19:57

Findings from a survey published on Wednesday headed by Dr. Mina Tzemach, showed that sixty percent of the Israeli public prefer to have separate elections for the government and the prime minister.

According to the survey, conducted for the Knesset Channel, only 34% of the public believe that the current election system should continue.

The survey was conducted with 440 respondents, and the sampling error is 4.5%.

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