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Share of Jewish respondents in Israel believe Netanyahu's claim that he did not get money from the submarine deal in 2019, by political stated voting intention
Share of Jews in Israel believing Netanyahu's claims on the submarine affair 2019
This statistic illustrates the share of Jewish respondents in Israel believe Netanyahu's claim that he did not get money from the submarine deal in 2019, by stated voting intention. During the surveyed time period, a share of 87.5 percent of the Israeli Jews intending to vote for the far-right party Shas believe Netanyahu's claims that he did not benefit financially from the submarine deal.

The order of the parties in this graph is sorted according to the political spectrum they represent. With Shas representing the far-right and labor the far-left.
Share of Jewish respondents in Israel believe Netanyahu's claim that he did not get money from the submarine deal in 2019, by political stated voting intention
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Sources

Release date

April 2019

Region

Israel, MENA

Survey time period

March 24 to 25, 2019

Number of respondents

603 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Method of interview

Telephone interviews and online survey

Supplementary notes

Original question was phrased as follows: "Believe Netanyahu’s claim that he did not get money from the submarine deal, according to stated voting intention in the 2019 election (%):".

The Submarine affair is as of March 2019 an ongoing corruption investigation against several close associates of prime minister Netanyahu, that they allegedly received illicit funds for approving the purchase of naval vessels and submarines from German shipbuilder ThyssenKrupp for the state of Israel in a multi-billion shekel deal.

Share of Jews in Israel believing Netanyahu's claims on the submarine affair 2019
This statistic illustrates the share of Jewish respondents in Israel believe Netanyahu's claim that he did not get money from the submarine deal in 2019, by stated voting intention. During the surveyed time period, a share of 87.5 percent of the Israeli Jews intending to vote for the far-right party Shas believe Netanyahu's claims that he did not benefit financially from the submarine deal.

The order of the parties in this graph is sorted according to the political spectrum they represent. With Shas representing the far-right and labor the far-left.
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  • State of Israel
  • Knesset - Israeli parliament
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  • Election issues
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