IDI's Israeli Democracy Index, the flagship project of IDI's Guttman Center for Surveys, provides statistical information that gives a reliable and comprehensive picture on the quality and functioning of democracy, as well as the way it is perceived by the public. Recognizing the importance of a substantive and stable democracy in Israel, the Index is used to identify areas that need to be improved and enhanced in our democratic culture and regime. The Israeli Democracy Index is presented to the President of Israel at an annual ceremony at the President's Residence in Jerusalem.
The 2014 Israeli Democracy Index
The 2013 Israeli Democracy Index
The 2012 Israeli Democracy Index
The 2011 Israeli Democracy Index
The 2010 Israeli Democracy Index: Democratic Principles in Practice
The 2009 Israeli Democracy Index: Twenty Years of Immigration from the Soviet Union
The 2008 Israeli Democracy Index: Between the State and Civil Society
The 2007 Israeli Democracy Index: Cohesion in a Divided Society
The 2006 Israeli Democracy Index: Changes in Israel’s Political Party System: Dealignment or Realignment?
The 2005 Israeli Democracy Index: A Decade after the Assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
The 2004 Israeli Democracy Index: Attitudes of Youth
The 2003 Israeli Democracy Index: Measuring Israeli Democracy
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