Survey: Over Half Of Israelis Who Vote For Right-Wing Parties Do Not Drive On Shabbos And Say Kiddush

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A new survey found that over half of Israelis who vote for right-wing parties do not drive on Shabbos and say Kiddush, while half of those who vote for the left go shopping onShabbos. About 55 percent of the Jewish public believe it very important to be connected to Jewish tradition.

The survey also found that only 16 percent of Israeli Jews vote for the left and left-center, leading to the conclusion that that a party seeking relevancy should aim for a more Jewish program.

At the same time, Yediot Acharonot reported that many restaurants have dropped blatantly treif items from their menus and had their bottom line increase as a result.

{Matzav.com Israel}

3 COMMENTS

  1. In Israel, if only 16 percent of Israeli Jews vote for the left, how can they ever win anything?

    In the US, will the Left ever again win anything now that President Trump implemented Voter ID?

  2. Right wing parties believe that Eretz Yisroel belongs to the Jews through Hashem’ s torah. Therefore they are also mitzvah observant.

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