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Protests, Policy-making, and Voting
According to the CBS 2015 Social Survey, the average voter turnout of Israeli citizens increases together with their level of education across Israel and in Jerusalem. Of those citizens without a high...
Protests, Policy-making, and Voting
The first few days of Donald J. Trump's presidency in the United States triggered widespread protests in different American cities and across the globe, including in Israel. Though a relatively superficial measure, protest attendance could offer a soft analysis of civic engagement. It appears that the populace has been awakened,…
Passover Cleaning
In 2007, one-third of Israelis owned a household dishwasher, while in 2017, 40% of Israelis had chosen not to wash their dishes by hand. There was an increase in Jerusalem as well – from 22% of the ci...
Total Fertility Rate
A change in the total fertility rate is the first indicator of a change in the natural growth rate and population growth. Since the process has been underway for more than a decade, we are already see...
Traffic Reports
And what about those who sit in traffic? In 2017, it took about 21% of the employees in Israel more than 45 minutes to reach their workplace. ...
Now Boarding
The busiest hour is between 6:00 and 7:00, which is hen about 230 flights depart each week. (As stated previously, this refers to the number of flights. The number of take-offs is lower). All told, ab...
The Water Tower
The water tower on Mt. Scopus may symbolize control of the skyline more than the others do, since it is one of the succession of towers along Jerusalem’s eastern range of hills, which includes Agusta ...
To the Bride and Groom
Among the Jewish population the number of married women in the 15 to 19-year-old age group is double that of the men. At less than one percent, the percentage of married Arab men in this age group in ...