The overwhelming majority of Israelis think Benjamin Netanyahu's performance during Operation Protective Edge was excellent or good, according to a poll from Haaretz.
The poll was conducted by Dialog on the first full day of the Israel-Hamas ceasefire in Gaza and shows the Israeli prime minister has an approval rating of 77 per cent.
In 28 days of fighting 1,814 Palestinians have died, a figure which includes 408 children. According to UN estimates 85 per cent of all Palestinian casualties are civilians. Sixty-six Israelis have died, all but two of them soldiers, and a Thai national.
Note: all figures in percentages
Most Israelis also think the operation was a draw
Note: percentages have been rounded to the nearest decimal, which is why they do not add up to 100.
The poll was conducted on 5 August with a sample of 442 people. Ha'aretz did not specify if all the respondents were Jewish Israelis.