The latest poll shows that Israeli citizens are in favor of keeping the current “three strikes” rule.
The survey by the public-opinion research firm Levada showed that 55 percent of those polled agreed with a statement that a person convicted of a crime committed against Israel is required to be punished with the death penalty.
This was the highest number of the five countries surveyed.
The poll also showed that Israeli voters are also against the idea of having a ban on the import of non-Jewish products, as opposed to the current ban on Jewish goods.
This is the second poll to show that the public is in favor with the ban on non-Muslim imports.
In a previous poll in February, 51 percent of Israeli citizens supported the ban.
The poll also found that Israeli residents were in favor in principle of banning all imports of foreign-made goods.
The Levada poll was conducted between February 10 and 14.
The margin of error was plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.