Hebrew University protest on security collapse
Hebrew University protest on security collapse Uri Lenz/Flash 90

A new survey has found that Israelis are strongly disappointed with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's leadership during the ongoing wave of terror attacks.

Almost three quarters of respondents said that they are either "dissatisfied" (35 percent) or "very dissatisfied" (38 percent) with Prime Minister Netanyahu's handing of the security situation.

Instead, 22 percent said that Yisrael Beytenu head Avigdor Liberman would be the most capable leader at the moment, followed by Jewish Home head Naftali Bennett with 17 percent. Only 15 percent of those surveyed felt Netanyahu is the best person to lead the country at this time.

Seventy-nine percent of people claimed that they feel less safe in recent weeks than they had beforehand.

The survey was commissioned by Channel 2 and carried out by Midgam.