University of Haifa: Level of trust in the judical system at 17-year low

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 6, 2018 11:39
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The level of trust in the judicial system is in a sharp decline and at a 17 year low, according to the annual index for public sector performance measured by the University of Haifa for 2018.

The public's level of trust stands at 2.65 (in the 1-5 index, 1 - very low level of trust; 5 - very high level of trust) compared to the highest level of trust measured in 2016 at 3.25.

The data show that only 18% of the public express a high level of trust in the judicial system, compared with 33% who express a low level of trust.

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