The poll found that 61% of the 553 respondents representing a statistical sample of the Israeli population do not believe the plan will lead to peace and 29% said they did not know.
Asked if they favor applying Israeli law to Jewish communities in Judea, Samaria and the Jordan Valley before the election, 43% said yes, 28% said no and the rest did not know.
Netanyahu fared similarly in a Midgam poll of 503 respondents broadcast on Channel 12, in which 52% said Netanyahu could not run the country and his trial at the same time, 39% said he could and nine percent said he did not know.
The Midgam poll found that half of respondents support Trump’s plan, 26% oppose it and 24% admitted that they did not know what it says.
When a survey of 743 respondents taken by pollster Camille Fuchs for Channel 13 asked specifically about applying Israeli law to settlements in Judea, Samaria and the Jordan Valley, 51% were in favor, 26% opposed and 23% did not know. Among Blue and White voters, 41% were in favor, 31% against and 28% undecided.