Panels conducted a poll of 500 people with a 4.3% margin of error that was published by Maariv on September 13 2015.

Who is the most trustworthy figure?

13% Naftali Bennett, 13% Benjamin Netanyahu, 11% Yair Lapid, 9% Gideon Saar, 9% Moshe Yaalon, 7% Moshe Kahlon, 5% Don’t Know, 4% Tzipi Livni, 3% Avigdor Liberman, 2% Gabi Ashkenazi, 16% None of the above.

Who is the most disappointing figure?

21% Benjamin Netanyahu, 17% Yair Lapid, 16% Moshe Kahlon, 15% Yitzchak Herzog, 9% Avigdor Liberman, 6% Aryeh Deri, 5% Don’t Know, 4% Zahava Gal-On, 4% Iman Udah, 2% Naftali Bennett, 1% Yaakov Litzman

Between these two candidates who would you like to see lead Israel over the upcoming years?

37% No Opinion, 34% Netanyahu, 29% Saar

52% Netanyahu, 25% Herzog, 23% No Opinion

48% Netanyahu, 28% No Opinion, 24% Lapid

45% Netanyahu, 37% No Opinion, 18% Kahlon

45% Netanyahu, 37% No Opinion, 18% Ashkenazi

44% No Opinion, 43% Netanyahu, 13% Yaalon

Should Israel absorb refugees from Syria?

70% No, 26% Yes, 4% Don’t Know

Does the Iran Deal endanger Israel?

77% Yes, 15% No, 8% Don’t Know

What comes first – Jewish State or Democratic State?

43% Jewish State, 31% Democratic State, 25% Jewish & Democratic State equally, 1% Don’t Know

Should soccer (football) be prohibited on the Sabbath?

57% No, 43% Yes

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