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A miscellany of Israeli election odds and ends

First the election broadcast of the Holocaust Survivors and Grown-Up Green Leaf [Cannabis enthusiasts] parties alliance. Yes, really.



Ha'aretz has the story. Well worth reading.

And a little light data mining from here. 15% of Bedouin voted for non-Arab parties, including a possibly rather confused 2% who voted for Shas, the religious party for the Sephardim.

Kibbutzniks voted left - 31% for Labour, 18% for Meretz and 2% Meimad. Kadima got a further 31%.

In Sederot, 33% voted Likud and 23% Yisrael Beitenu. TA went for Kadima - 34% to 21% for Likud. Jerusalem swung 24% Likud, 19% United Torah Judaism, 15% Shas. Ma'aleh Adumim, the largest town in Judea Samaria voted 45% Likud, 15% Yisrael Beitenu, and a derisory 3% for Labour.

To be updated, probably.

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