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  • Overwhelming majority of voters STILL want Ultra-Orthodox Parties out of coalition
    Written by on 26/03/2015
    According to a March 24 poll conducted by Rafi Smith Polling Institute for Hiddush – Freedom of Religion in Israel, 62% of Israelis support a government without the ultra-Orthodox parties; 87% prefer that control of the Knesset Finance Committee be given to Kulanu, rather than United Torah Judaism (UTJ).

  • Voters Respond: Ultra-Orthodox Parties - in or out?
    Written by on 09/12/2014
    Rabbi Uri Regev discusses the results of the latest Rafi Smith Institute Poll, and the role of the undecided voters in the upcoming March 17 elections.

  • Overwhelming majority of voters want Ultra-Orthodox Parties out of coalition
    Written by Uri Regev on 09/12/2014
    According to a December 3 poll, 62% of Israeli voters do not want the ultra-Orthodox parties in the next government, and 74% do not want to increase public funding for yeshivas. But most importantly: how will the undecided voters sway the upcoming March 17 elections?

  • Majority of public opposed to including haredi parties in new government
    Written by on 08/12/2014
    The poll was conducted last week on a sample of 500 respondents representing a statistical sample of the adult population and published over the weekend.

  • Voters Respond: Ultra-Orthodox Parties - in or out?
    Written by on 08/12/2014
    Our most recent poll indicates that 62% of voters do not want either of the ultra-Orthodox parties in the next government coalition, and 74% do not want to increase funding for yeshivas. But the big question is - who will the undecided voters choose on March 17?

  • Hiddush's Annual Israel Religion and State Index: 2012
    Written by on 31/10/2012
    Support for religious freedom rises to 85%, 67% say Haredi MKs distance public from Judaism, 76% dissatisfied with government policies on religion

  • Israel Religion and State Index 2012
    Written by on 25/09/2012
    Support for religious freedom rises to 85%, 67% say Haredi MKs distance public from Judaism, 76% dissatisfied with government policies on religion

  • Replacing Tal
    Written by on 28/04/2012
    Jerusalem Post editorial utilizes Hiddush polling to understand the future of the failed Tal Law

  • Sucker's Tent
    Written by on 22/04/2012
    Hiddush polling used to understand what Jewish Israelis are really thinking about ultra-Orthodox participation in the army

  • Means tested housing
    Written by on 04/04/2012
    Hiddush poll finds 83% of Jewish Israelis want government subsidized housing to be based on fulfilling one's potential to work

  • Israelis back repeal
    Written by on 09/03/2012
    Hiddush's public opinion poll on the Tal Law, its impacts, and future legislation shows overwhelming support for ultra-Orthodox enlistment by Jewish Israelis.

  • Everyone wants elistment
    Written by on 05/03/2012
    A new Hiddush poll finds that 68% of Israeli Jews support denying yeshiva subsidies to those who don’t serve in the IDF

  • National Security
    Written by on 23/01/2012
    Hiddush and Rabbi Uri Regev weight in on intersection between Religious Freedom, Women’s Rights and Israeli National Security

  • Enter Lapid
    Written by on 17/01/2012
    Rabbi Uri Regev gives Hiddush’s perspective on the potential that lies within Yair Lapid’s entry to politics, as well as Hiddush’s polling

  • Shahar Program must stay
    Written by on 04/01/2012
    Hiddush polling shows effectively of the ultra-Orthodox joining the army

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