The 2015 Israeli Foreign Policy Index is based on a public opinion poll conducted for the Mitvim Institute – The Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies in mid-October by the Rafi Smith Institute in cooperation with the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. It sampled 600 men and women, as a representative sample of the Israeli adult population (Jewish and Arab sectors aged 18 and older), with a margin of error of 4%.
According to the 2015 Israeli Foreign Policy Index of the Mitvim Institute:
- Only 7% of the Israeli public believes Israel’s international standing is good;
- 60% are dissatisfied with the Israeli government’s conduct on foreign policy issues;
- 78% believe that the weakening of Israel’s Foreign Ministry harms national security;
- 41% believe that Israel-US relations are in a poor state.
Click here to download the Data of the Poll findings: The 2015 Israeli Foreign Policy Index of the Mitvim Institute!
Click here to read the Key Findings of the Poll: The 2015 Israeli Foreign Policy Index of the Mitvim Institute!
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