Jul 12, 2020 23:54 Asia/Tehran [Updated: Jul 13, 2020 00:33 Asia/Tehran]
  • PHOTO: By REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
    PHOTO: By REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun

The latest polls in Israel show that 61% of the residents of occupied Palestine are dissatisfied with the performance of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Iran Press/Middle East: According to Al-Mayadin TV, the results of the Israeli Channel 11 TV poll show the Likud's popularity has plummeted to its lowest level since the last election as the government's approval rating plunged amid a growing backlash over the handling of the Coronavirus Pandemic.

According to a new poll published by Channel 13 Sunday evening, 75% of respondents say the government led by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has not handled the economic crisis well, compared to just 16% who approved of the government’s handling of the crisis.

The government got worse marks on its handling of the coronavirus pandemic, with 61% of respondents disapproving of how the government has handled the pandemic.

If new elections were held today, the Likud would receive just 33 seats, three less than it won in the March election, and down significantly from polls a month ago indicating it would win 40 to 41 seats.