Survey finds 72% of Israelis back investigating Netanyahu
Israelis are in favor of pushing ahead with two corruption investigations into Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The survey asked if investigations against a serving prime minister should be postponed; 15 percent said they should be put off, while 72% said the investigations should go ahead.
The poll published on Thursday was carried out by the Midgam Research Institute for Channel 2 television and asked 540 respondents. The poll had a margin of error of 4.2 percent.