A survey conducted by the Geocartography Institute this week for the Noam party presents unequivocal results regarding the preference of Israelis for the continuation of their families and the future of their children.
According to the survey, 70% of the respondents said they wanted their children to establish a traditional family comprised of a mother and a father. In addition, 85% of the respondents said it was important for them that their children marry a Jewish spouse.
Respondents to the survey were asked which of the following types of families they prefer that their children establish. 69.4% of the respondents said they want their children to establish a “traditional” family, i.e., a couple comprised of a man and woman.
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