IDI Poll Question on Intermarriage

4 Out of 5 Israeli Jews Oppose Intermarriage

Earlier this year, the Israel Democracy Institute (IDI) polled the Israeli public regarding whether they oppose or support intermarriage.

79% of Israeli Jews say that it is important (62% very important and 17% moderately important) that their son or daughter marries another Jewish person. 9% of Israeli Jews say that it is not so important, and 10% answer that it is not important at all.

This survey, conducted on March 30 - 31, 2014, included 600 respondents who constitute a representative sample of the adult population of Israel. The maximum measurement error for a sample of this size is ±4.1%.

For more information, contact:
Yehoshua Oz
Director of International Communications
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