In 2013, only 39.1% of Jerusalem residents voted in the municipal elections. The low voter turnout was mainly due to the low participation, only 1.6%, of Arab East Jerusalem residents. 55.3% of Jerusalem’s non-Arab residents participated in the election.

Neighborhoods with the highest voting rate were Ramat-Shlomo (82.2%), Ramot-Alon North (72.5%) and Giv’at-Shaul (71.4%). The lowest voting rates in non-Arab neighborhoods were in the City Center (35.2%), Musrara (37.2%) and Ge’ula & Mea She’arim (38.2%).

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As to which political parties won the most votes in the different neighborhoods:

Yahadut HaTorah had its highest voting rate in Kiryat Belz, with 92.4% of the vote; Shas held Ma’alot Dafna and Shmuel HaNavi neighborhoods with 63.3%; Yerushalaiam Tatzliach had 41.3% voting rate in Lower Motza; Hitorerut had the highest voting rate in Malha with 39.8%; Yerushalmim in the southern part of Old Katamon with 28%; Meretz-Ha’Avoda in Nayot 32.1%; And HaLikud Beitenu in Mamila with 44.8%.
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