Israelis frustrated with Netanyahu ahead of election
Many feel the Israeli PM didn’t do enough, focused to much on his security & not enough on his people.
TEL AVIV - Israelis are gearing up for important parliamentary elections.
Latest opinion polls put incumbent Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu in second place.
Israeli's are frustrated with the prime minister, who many feel didn't do enough in his years in office and that he focused to much on his security and not enough on his people.
But many voters have told Eyewitness News while they may not support Netanyahu, they don't feel that there's anyone else with his qualifications who is able to govern the country, which is why with just only hours to go before polls open at 7 am tomorrow morning, it's still unclear who will bring in the most support.
The main issues on the agenda are surprisingly not security, more Israeli's are concerned with the economy, high costs of living and lack of progress with the Palestinians.