According Central Bureau of Statistics figures for the year 2016, 75% of the population are Jewish, 20% Arab and 5% other ethnicities or religions. Amongst Jews, 45% categorized themselves secular, 25% traditional, 16% religious and 14% chareidi. The overall population is expected to reach 20 million by 2065 with the chareidi share rising from 11% to 32%.
Jews are more satisfied with their lives than Arabs. Amongst Jews, chareidim are most satisfied with their lives and finances and have 50% to 70% lower incidences of worry and stress. 91% of chareidim donated money in the past years compared to 60% of secular Jews.
46% of Jews and 25% of Arabs took vacations or trips overseas and 17% of chareidim did so too.
8% of Jews felt poor in the past year and 31% of Arabs. Employment stands at 64.9%, among Jews, 42.5% among Arabs and 41.9% among chareidi men.
89% of Arabs and 85% of Jews felt secure walking alone their neighborhoods at night.