Only 39% of Arabs sure they will cast ballots in the March election
Politicians and healthcare practitioners alike must learn from their experience and formulate strategy before it is too late.
Since 1996, Israel has on average had a new election every 2.3 years compared to other countries with a gap of three or more.
October's survey points to an increase in support for Trump among Jewish Israelis, reaching 70% who favor Trump – up from 60% in June.
The survey also highlighted the lack of trust in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to manage the coronavirus crisis.
Two million Israelis have reported loss of income due to the crisis, and about 510,000 citizens have not yet returned to the labor market since the beginning of the corona crisis.
The survey was published in light of the resignation of Housing and Construction Minister Ya'acov Litzman (United Torah Judaism) on Sunday morning.
Two-thirds of Israelis plan to send their children to schools if they reopen September 1, despite the reservations of many.
Respondents were asked if the coronavirus crisis increased their concern regarding the dangers of the climate crisis.
55% of Israelis think that there is a high chance that Israel will have a second wave of coronavirus.