Israeli Ethiopians are doing better than everGovernment sees 39% drop in number of Ethiopians relying on welfare income supplements.
Israeli students top OECD listMore Israeli students study social, environmental sciences than those in any other OECD country.
Jerusalem now home to 10% of IsraelisThe largest city in Israel, 870,000 residents recorded in Jerusalem as of 2015 Jerusalem Day statistics reveal.
Study: Just 25% of Israelis feel 'secure' in their daily lives33% of Israelis would continue going to work in the event of a missile attack - but just 9% would send their kids to school.
Poll: Most Israelis against unity governmentTwo separate studies show huge opposition to Likud-Zionist Union coalition; support for Jewish Home, Yesh Atid at 2013 levels.
Study: Ethiopian IDF soldiers more likely to commit suicideStatistics also reveal that soldiers with previous psychiatric diagnoses are less likely to commit suicide.
Study: 45,000 Holocaust survivors live in poverty in IsraelGrim statistics also reveal 50% suffer from bad health, loneliness. Former MK: Government must make a master plan.
Report: Israelis working hard, making less40% of employees making half the national average wage, report reveals in honor of May Day.
Most Israelis support separate wards for Arabs, Jews69% of the Israeli public would prefer to keep Arab and Jews separate in maternity wards, study finds.
Report: 1/3 of Iraqis believe US supports ISISShocking State Department study reveals rampant anti-US sentiment in Iraq, belief the US 'created' ISIS to plunder oil.
Iranian execution 'spree' drives up world death penalty rateExecutions up 31% in Iran in 2015, including four minors; worldwide death penalty rate at 25-year high.
Study: Nearly half of Israeli Arabs suffer from depressionPhysical, mental health poorer in Israeli Arab sector, in study released amidst debate on segregation in hospitals.
Security forces: Terror wave likely to last 'months'Officials release figures from last 100 days of terror, showing over a third of the attacks have taken place within 'Green Lines.'
Study: Israel's teen drivers dangerously unsafeNearly half of Israeli teens do not always wear seat belts; one in three speed while talking on cell phones.
2.4 million Israelis struggling to surviveAnnual alternative poverty report points to an even more dire situation for Israel's poor - 31.9% of the population.
In numbers: 22 dead, 252 injured in 3 months of terrorNo fewer than 169 terror attacks launched against Israelis in 120 days, MDA reveals; public asked to donate blood to meet demand.
IDF dropout rates soar; men twice as likely to drop outOne in six men and one in twelve women do not finish their mandatory service; 'emotional distress' a primary factor.
Israelis unaware of risk factors, prevalence of sexual abuse57% of Israeli parents believe sexual offenders are random strangers, and under 25% of parents speak to their children about the issue.
Report: Better-educated Israelis earn better money, on averageBetter-educated Israelis are doing better than their peers in other developed countries, an OECD report says.
More Israeli academics seeking jobs abroad, poll showsIsraelis seeking relief from high prices and political tension are increasingly looking to work abroad, a poll shows.
Expert: Kerry ignores demographics in Israel-PA policyFormer Amb. and demographer Yoram Ettinger notes Jewish presence in Israel is stronger than ever - making a 'one-state' solution possible.
Teenage presence in Israeli prison system up 120%While most of the teens are Palestinian Arabs who launched attacks on Jews, some are youth deemed 'right-wing extremists.'
Study: 65% of Israeli teachers satisfied with their jobsStudy provides new hope for educational analysts, after July statistics showed sky-high teacher burnout.
Israeli schools: 2015 report card mixedMinistry of Education reveals overall improvement for student achievements in grades 1-12, but sharp declines for Arabic, Bedouin sectors.
Black October: Worst month of terror in Israel since 2006Shin Bet statistics reveal more attacks on Israelis in October 2015 than in entire years since the Second Intifada.
Winter storm sets record for rainHeavy rain sets new record for October in the Sharon region; elsewhere, rain fulfilled yearly quota in two weeks.
By the numbers: 1,703 terror attacks since the start of 2015Formal gov't report to the High Court shows dramatic rise in terror, demands immediate action to demolish terrorists' homes.
Statistics: Israeli Muslim Growth Rate Declining1.454 million Muslims live in Israel, and still have high fertility rates. However, growth has slowed significantly since 2000.
One Year Later: No Quiet After Operation Protective EdgeAt least 12 rockets have struck Israeli soil in the year since the 2014 Gaza war - not counting dozens of rocket strikes which hit Gaza.
Homicide Rate Four Times Higher in PA Than in Israel7.8 murders per 100,000 people in PA and Gaza; most dangerous countries in Latin America.
Statistics: Israelis Feel Secure, But Don't Trust PoliceThe majority of Israelis feel comfortable walking alone at night, but do not trust - or are dissatisfied with - police.
995 Attacks on Jerusalem Border Police Since 2014Attacks aimed just at Border Police and SWAT teams since January 2014 nearing 1,000 mark, data reveals; 70% during 'peacetime.'
Israel Remembers 23,320 Fallen Soldiers Since 1860Defense Ministry figures reveal 116 security force personnel killed in last year alone, with 2,538 civilians murdered by terror since 1950.
Fewer Israeli Couples Divorced in 2014Divorces drop by 2%; agunah situation also improves.
15,000 More Jews in Judea-Samaria in 2014Jewish population over 1949 Armistice lines close to 400,000, according to the Interior Ministry.
IDF Suicides Double in 2014Sharp increase in IDF soldiers ending their own lives not due to Gaza operation, Manpower Division chief insists.
Over 1,750 Volunteered for IDF Service in 2014End-of-year statistics reveal that more men volunteer than women, majority enter service at draft age of 18.
Hareidi IDF Recruitment on the Rise13.5% of soldiers hareidi, up from 8.5% in 2004 - but hareidi cities still contributed the fewest soldiers to the Army in 2014.
Poll: 40% of Jewish Israelis Want Jewish Prayer on Temple MountHigh support for Temple Mount prayer rights, poll reveals, but optimism is low that an equal prayer arrangement will be made.
50% of Holocaust Survivors Living Below Poverty LineShocking statistics show many survivors living off of less than 3,000 shekels per month - but that may change soon, MK says.
Jump in Settlement Building is an Illusion, Says Yesha CouncilYesha Council says statistics showing tremendous growth in Judea, Samaria is simply the result of a building freeze in the previous year.
Revealed: Terror Attacks Doubled in 2013IDF: This is still nowhere near ‘Intifada’ levels of violence.
Statistics Reveal Leading Causes of Death in IsraelData released Wednesday from Central Statistics Bureau reveals cancers as major killer, with heart disease as close second.
Bayit Yehudi Jumps to 19 Seats in PollAnalysts see connection between Rabbinate elections and leap in religious Zionist party's poll power.
IDF Begins to Vote; Sayeret Matkal Votes MondaySoldiers from the elite unit in which both Binyamin Netanyahu and Naftali Bennett served will vote one day early.
Shin Bet: Number of Terror Attacks Down in JulyJuly saw a significant decrease in the number of terrorist attacks, according to figures released by the Israel Security Agency.
Jerusalem Still Israel's Largest Populated CityJerusalem remains Israel’s largest city in terms of population, according to figures released by the Central Bureau of Statistics.
Statistics: 64% of Jerusalem's Population is JewishJerusalem Institute for Israel Studies releases statistics about the holy city in honor of Yom Yerushalayim.
Sign of the Times: Demand Drops for HousingJust when you thought the economy was turning around: government figures show there's been a sharp drop in demand for homes in Israel.
Report: Poverty Rate Drops, But Israel's Children Still HungryThe poverty rates have dropped to levels not seen since 2003 – but a third of Israel's youth are still hungry, latest figures show.