Voter turnout numbers began Tuesday with a boost in comparison to Israel’s elections five months ago, rising to 1.5% by 4 pm, according to the Central Election Committee.
Updated figures put voter participation at 36.5% by 4 pm local time, marking a 1.5% increase from last elections. Two hours earlier, with voting rate at 36.5%, the gap stood higher at 0.7%.
According to Hebrew-language Ynet outlet, the turnout thus far is very similar to Israel’s elections in 2015 and 2013.
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