The Citizens Empowerment Center in Israel released a report Wednesday as part of its recommendations over electoral reforms.
The report contained a survey to gauge the level of public satisfaction with Israel's leadership in which 75 percent of those surveyed said they were less satisfied with Israeli leaders than in 2006.
Meanwhile, fifty percent said they were in favor of a change in the government system and 61 percent said they would support a constituent system of government in which the public would vote for local representatives instead of directly voting for a political party.
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