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The good news is that according to surveys that we published at the Israel Democracy Institute, there is widespread consensus among Israelis on many of the most significant issues our country faces.
IDI finds majority of public don’t trust polls
Rivlin spoke at a conference called "Choosing to Think," initiated by the at the Israel Democracy Institute which was held at Tel Aviv University.
According to the poll, 61% of the Jewish public thinks minimarkets should be allowed to open on Shabbat.
By JEREMY SHARON
While members of Knesset represent Israel's diverse society, they're still seen as self-interested and ineffectual by the public.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Some 53% of all Jewish respondents agreed with the statement that “the religious population is gradually taking control of the state.”
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Israel Democracy Institute experts hash out one of the country's thorniest bills.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
"Enacting a death penalty for terrorists, along with other measures, could restore deterrence and help stop terror in Israel."
By GIL HOFFMAN
Mordechai Kremnitzer served as IDI’s vice president for a decade and has been part of the institute for 24 years.
When legislators exhibit such disdain for the country’s legislative body, is it any wonder the average citizen does too?
By YOHANAN PLESNER
Israel Democracy Institute poll shows only 51% think Arabs, Jews deserve equal rights; Israel ranked least-stable democracy in the world.
A new pavillion allows what could potentially be millions of Israeli citizens and visitors from around the world to better understand the history of Israeli democracy.
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
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