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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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  • charlie johnson

    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.”===== Sounds like our politicians .At election time the most of them claim to be Christians. After they are office we learn that the most are traditional golfers. You find them Sunday morning worshiping a hole in the ground and trying to knock a white ball into it.

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