Over half of Israelis (56%) are concerned about a civil war breaking out amid the social and political crisis surrounding the government's judicial reform plan, according to a poll published by Channel 13 on Tuesday.
Only 39% of respondents said they were not concerned about a civil war, while 9% said they were unsure.
Likud voters who were polled said they were less concerned about a civil war, with only 37% expressing such concerns, while 56% said they were not concerned.
Most Israelis want renewal of reform negotiations
The poll additionally found that a majority of Israelis (55%) are interested in a return to talks on the judicial reform between the coalition and opposition, while only 26% believe the talks shouldn't be renewed.
Among Yesh Atid voters, 49% expressed support for talks on the judicial reform, while among National Unity party voters, 72% said the same.
A number of politicians have warned in recent months of the dangers of a civil war breaking out due to unrest surrounding the government's judicial reform plan, as well as concerns of a constitutional crisis erupting if the High Court of Justice attempts to nullify any of the laws in the reform.