Sixty-one percent of Jewish Israelis do not plan to go to synagogue this Yom Kippur amid the coronavirus outbreak and national lockdown, compared to 39 percent last year, according to a survey by the Israel Democracy Institute (IDI). The poll is the 12th in a survey series by the Guttman Center for Public Opinion and Policy Research at the IDI, examining public opinion relating to government policies relating to the coronavirus outbreak and the economic fallout from the pandemic. It also found that only 27 percent of Israelis trust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to lead the effort against COVID-19, compared to 57.5 percent of the population who said they trusted him in the beginning of April. KAN reporter Naomi Segal heard more about the findings from Prof. Tamar Hermann, Director of the Guttman Center of Public Opinion and Policy Research.