The Guttman Center for Surveys of the Israel Democracy Institute published an extensive survey on public opinion in Israel. Among the findings, the report said that 74.8 percent of Jews in Israel believe the state “can be both Jewish and democratic.”
A third of Palestinians in Israel share this view, according to the survey.
Around 32 percent of Jews think the Jewish nature of Israel’s state is more important, while 37 percent prefer the combination of Jewish and democratic.
Nearly 48 percent of Jewish Israelis believe Jewish citizens should have more rights than non-Jewish citizens, while in the overall sample 68 percent of respondents view the rift between Jews and Palestinians…
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