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The first survey of Zulat’s Human Rights Index project mainly offers a general view of the Israeli public’s positions on human rights and the ways in which they are violated. It was conducted against the backdrop of the corona crisis, that posed a threat on various human rights, as well as as the long-lasting political crisis and the 4th round of elections in two years.
The survey is based on research conducted in mid-February 2021 among 647 Jews and 176 Arabs, who constitute a representative sample of Israel’s adult population (aged 18 and above). The data was collected by Ipanel, while Lotem Bassan-Nygate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Chagai Weiss of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a research fellow at the Middle East Project of Harvard School of Public Policy analyzed the findings and wrote the conclusions.