A majority of Israelis – 54 percent – think the country's democracy is in grave danger, nearly 10 percent more than the previous year, according to  an annual survey conducted by the Israel Democracy Institute. At the same time, about half of Israelis described the country's overall situation as good or very good. According to the Democracy Index, which was presented to President Reuven Rivlin on Tuesday, 58 percent of Israelis believe their leadership is corrupt. The three most trusted institutions among Israelis are the IDF, the office of the president, and the Supreme Court. The least trusted institutions are political parties, the Knesset and government. KAN's Naomi Segal asked Yohanan Plesner, President of the Israel Democracy Institute, if the political deadlock of the past year had an impact on public attitudes.