Most of the Israeli public felt the Likud gave too many concessions in the negotiations leading up to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's new government.
A new report highlights trends in Israeli ultra-Orthodox society regarding lifestyle, standard of living, education and other fields.
In addition, just under half (45.5%) of Israelis support targeting civilian populations in Gaza to deter rockets being fired into Israel, which marks a jump from 27.5% in 2018.
The poll is the IDI's biennial statistical report and serves as an in-depth look at the balance between religion and state that is so central to Israel and Israeli society.
Opposition head Benjamin Netanyahu's use of reserved slots in Israel's Likud Party has become the focus of bitter competition among women.
Israelis have their say on the ongoing teachers' crisis as no agreement made yet, two days before Israel's schools are set to open.
In a separate poll, the Israel Democracy Institute found that most Israelis (54%) do not trust Biden to take Israel’s interests into account.
Haredi respondents in an IDI poll were largely opposed to Jewish prayer at the site.
The Democracy Institute's Israeli Voice Index examined the connection between the Holocaust and how Israelis compare it to other events.
A majority of Israelis expressed concerns about their personal safety amid a wave of terrorist attacks.