A new survey finds that Israelis have become increasingly obsessed with cannabis.

The survey found that Israelis used cannabis as a way to relieve pain, relax and improve sleep.

The Israeli government estimates that up to 25 percent of Israelis smoke cannabis daily.

The same survey also found that more than 20 percent of the population has used the drug in the past.

But the pollsters also found a significant amount of confusion about cannabis, and the results suggest that there is a disconnect between the public and the reality of cannabis use. 

The survey conducted by the Tel Aviv University found that one in four Israelis polled said they have used cannabis for medical purposes. 

One in four said they had used cannabis recreationally in the last five years. 

Of the 25 percent who said they used cannabis in the previous five years, 15 percent said they did so recreationally, while only 4 percent said it was used for recreational purposes.

Another 3 percent said their consumption was mainly recreational, while 5 percent said there was no such use.

More than 40 percent of respondents said they believed that cannabis is harmful, but not as harmful as alcohol or tobacco.

More of the respondents believed that smoking cannabis was harmful than alcohol or cigarettes.

The pollsters found that the majority of respondents who said cannabis is a bad drug also believe that smoking it is a dangerous thing.

More importantly, more of the poll respondents believed the use of cannabis by Israelis is linked to a negative image of the country.

The findings showed that almost a third of respondents, or 34 percent, of respondents believe that cannabis use in Israel is a problem, and that those who smoke it are also more likely to use it as a drug.

The poll also showed that the number of Israelis who believe that Israel is becoming more ethnically and racially homogenous has increased. 

More than three in five of the survey respondents believed Israel is not a country that is ethnically homogenous.

More than half of respondents also said that Israel has a history of discrimination against Jews. 

There was a surprising trend in the results.

A majority of the people who said that the government is doing enough to fight racism in Israel did not believe that the country should take any action to tackle racism.

A large majority of them also believed that racism is a legitimate issue, but were concerned that the Israeli government was not doing enough.

The survey also revealed that the public does not believe the government should take action against racism.

Almost two in five respondents said that racism in the country is a national problem, while one in five said that it is not.

Only two in 10 respondents said it is an Israeli problem.

The results are surprising, because it was previously thought that the perception of racism in Israeli society is lower than that of racism outside of Israel.

The results also suggest that racism has become a problem that Israelis are becoming more willing to tackle. 

Israeli society is not ready to acknowledge the problem, so it is more difficult for people to accept the fact that there exists a problem. 

But the survey also showed a significant increase in the number who believe racism is an issue that Israel needs to tackle, despite the fact it is still not a problem in Israel. 

Some of the other findings of the report are surprising: The number of people who think that racism should be tackled in Israel has gone up, and a significant number of those who believe it is also a national issue has gone down. 

In addition, a significant majority of those surveyed also believe Israel should take more action to deal with racism.