On Tuesday, The Times of Israel published a survey that asked its readers which country is the best at doing what it says.
The poll, conducted by the Jerusalem Post on behalf of the Israel Public Media Committee, was based on the responses of more than 10,000 readers.
The results were published on the paper’s website and in print.
The survey was conducted between October 20 and December 6, 2016.
Of the responses, 69 percent of the respondents said that Israel was best at keeping the peace, while 13 percent said that it was the least fair, and 12 percent said it was least trustworthy.
The Israeli public has generally supported the country’s military, and has often expressed a positive view of Israel’s leaders.
However, the poll found that Israelis who do not view the Israeli military as a threat to the state are more likely to view it as a good partner.
A majority of Israelis who did not view it a threat said that the Israeli government has a positive relationship with the United States, while a majority of those who did said the same of the Arab world.
The top five countries with the most positive feelings toward Israel are the United Kingdom, France, the United Arab Emirates and Germany.
The United States is seen as the most trustworthy country in the world, but the survey found that more than a quarter of respondents said they had some level of trust in Israel, while just under a quarter said they did not.
The most negative feelings toward the Israeli leadership are shared by the Palestinians, who view Israel with suspicion and are more supportive of the Palestinians than of the Israelis.
More than two-thirds of the people polled said that they do not trust the Palestinian Authority, the Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas, and the Palestinians’ leader, Hamas.
More people than ever before, more people said that their government has been unfair to them, with the number of people who said they have no confidence in their government increasing by 10 percentage points in just four months.
More Israeli Arabs and Jews are also unhappy with the way the Israeli authorities treat Palestinians.
The survey found 52 percent of Israeli Arabs say that their lives are harder because of their government, while 52 percent said the situation is worse for Jews.
The Middle East Peace Index by the Arab Center for Policy Research found that 71 percent of Palestinians, 64 percent of Jordanians, 55 percent of Egyptians and 53 percent of Lebanese agreed that the Palestinian people should have the right to self-determination.
More respondents in the survey said that Israeli Arabs were less educated than the Palestinians.
Only 12 percent of Arabs and 10 percent of Jews were college graduates, while 60 percent of Israelis were high school graduates.
The majority of Israeli Jews, 54 percent, agreed with the statement that the “Jewish state is not only the homeland of Jews, but also the homeland for all the Jewish people.”
The poll also found that Israeli Muslims are more accepting of Israel than are the rest of the Israeli public.
The Jewish community in Israel has long faced a number of challenges, including the establishment of the state and the ongoing occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip.