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And yet, 48% of Jewish Israelis said they were in favor, 46% were opposed, and 6% said they didn’t know.
Breaking it down into religious groups, the Modern Orthodox (the report uses the Hebrew term ), were the most likely to support such a measure, at 71%.
Self-identified right-wing respondents were significantly more enthusiastic about the idea (72%), while those who identified as left-wing were solidly opposed (87% against).
Among centrists, 37% backed it, 52% opposed it, and 9% replied that they did not know.
Get The Times of Israel's Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up Three-quarters of Israeli Jews feel deeply connected to American Jews, but over half feel US policy is not supportive enough of Israel.
Meanwhile, support for the two-state solution among Jewish Israelis hasn’t changed considerably in past years (though they are less optimistic than their American counterparts), but among Arab Israelis, it has plummeted.
Some six in ten Israeli Jews (61%) believe God gave the land of Israel to the Jews.
The dash cam features a built-in GPS and G-sensor to provide locations of events and impact.And overall, the majority of Israelis identify as political centrists.The survey makes no distinction between Palestinian Arabs of the West Bank and citizens of Israel in its question about whether Arabs should be expelled from Israel.At the opposite end, secular Jews were most opposed, with 58% against (but over one-third supported it).Jews of Sephardic or Mizrahi ancestry — many of whom have ancestors who were expelled from their countries of origin — were more keen on the idea (56%) than their Ashkenazi counterparts (40%).