With Israeli elections less than a month away, the investigations of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu emerged as the issue having the greatest impact on voters, according to the Israeli Voice Index for January 2020, released this week by the Israel Democracy Institute. The monthly poll, carried out just prior to the unveiling of the US peace plan, found that a majority in the center and left wing camps believed the timing of the release of the Trump plan constitutes US intervention in elections, while only a third of the right-wing camp thought so. Prof Tamar Hermann, of the Open University and Israel Democracy Institute, who directs the survey, told KAN's Naomi Segal that what struck her most about the findings, was that over the past year, an average of one third of those polled do not trust the integrity of the elections – that is, that official reporting of result matching actual voting.