Study: 89% Of Israelis Satisfied With Their Lives

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Central Bureau of Statistics publishes population details ahead of Rosh Hashanah, finding that average life satisfaction is as high as ever.

 

89% are satisfied or very satisfied with their lives in Israel, while 6% – about 340,000 people – often feel lonely. 37% of Israelis, who constitute 2 million people, are not satisfied with their financial situation and 31% have difficulty covering their monthly expenses.

In the past year, 52,809 couples married and established a home in Israel, while 14,819 came to the rabbinate to divorce.

Regarding the level of religiosity, 44.3% define themselves as not religious or secular, 21.4% define themselves as traditional, not so religious, 12.3% define themselves as traditional-religious, 11.5% define themselves as religious, and 10.2% charedim.

Read more at Arutz Sheva.

{Matzav.com}

1 COMMENT

  1. Ask them instead if they think their “friends” are generally satisfied with their lives. You may get more accurate responses…

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