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January 15, 2015 1:37 am

Poll: Most ‘Jewish Home’ Party Voters Don’t Consider Themselves Religious

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Minister Naftali Bennett at a Bedouin employment center. Photo: Israeli government.

Arutz Sheva – A poll shows that over 71% of expected Bayit Yehudi (the “Jewish Home” party) voters do not consider themselves religiously observant. This is a surprising finding for a party that is a successor to the decades-old, now-defunct National Religious Party.

The poll, conducted by famous Israeli pollster Mina Tzemach, found that only 28.3% of those who plan to vote for the Jewish Home, consider themselves religious; over 18% consider themselves secular, and 53.4% are “traditional.”

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