Poll: 86% of Israelis Want Their Children to Marry JewishNew poll finds secular and religious alike want to continue the Jewish nation, amid disagreement over conversion strictness.
Poll: 92% of Israeli Jews Say Jerusalem is Eternal CapitalSurvey also finds support for mandating incorporating Jerusalem Day studies as part of the national school curriculum.
Poll: 73% of Israeli Children HappyAverage Israeli child rates their happiness with a 9.2 out of 10; socioeconomic differences found not to be a factor in happiness.
Conservatives, Polling, and Political CorrectnessThe polls and surveys were totally wrong in the Senate, Israeli and UK elections. The reason may be the intimidating politically correct climate.
Poll: Most Israelis Unhappy with Coalition ResultsMany Israelis displeased with Netanyahu capitulating to haredi parties' demands; surprising confidence in Kahlon as finance minister.
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.
Poll: Most Israelis Satisfied With Life in the Jewish State57 percent of Israelis satisfied with life in Israel, with 99 percent of Israelis expressing some measure of pride at their nationality.
Poll: Israel the Least Religious Country in the Middle East57% of Israelis claim they are 'not religious' and 8% are 'atheist,' according to Gallup poll.
Poll: Israel, Iran Now Deeply Partisan IssuesDemocrats support an Iran deal, back US over Israel by a 3:1 ratio; Republicans oppose both views at nearly the same ratio.
Obama's Approval Rating Falling Among American JewsSupport gap between Jews, general US population narrowing; religious Jews more likely to disapprove of Obama.
Most Israelis Believe the Holocaust Could Be ForgottenMore than 80% of respondents in survey believe that the Holocaust could diminish in significance.
Iranians Celebrate Nuclear DealThe Islamic Republic may be focused on nuclear weapons - but most Iranians seem convinced the deal will simply bring economic prosperity.
Support in America for 'Two-State Solution' Lowest in 20 YearsA new poll finds that support for a “two-state solution” is less popular in the United States than it has been in at least two decades.
Poll: Most Palestinian Arabs Support Violence Against Israel74% of Palestinian Arabs support Hamas's terror tactics against Israel; survey also reveals Hamas-Fatah support split.
Poll Shows Palestinians Hope for Intifada, Rocket AttacksA poll shows that over two thirds of Palestinians – 68% - support rocket attacks by Hamas against Israeli civilian targets.
Most Americans Prefer TV Presidents Instead of ObamaUS President Barack Obama's approval ratings slip to 46% - less than Americans approve of most television presidents.
Zionist Union Maintains Advantage in Final PollsFinal pre-election polls show that the “Zionist Union” is maintaining a four-seat lead over the Likud.
Poll Shows Herzog-Netanyahu Gap ClosingIn opposition to results until now, poll finds a mere 4% separates preference for PM, gives Labor 25 versus 21 for Likud.
Polls: Labor Gaining, But Many Prefer NetanyahuLabor ahead of Likud by 2-4 seat margin in polls - but Israelis still prefer Netanyahu and a 'right-wing' government.
Likud Continues to Trail Labor 21 to 24Latest poll shows gap at top staying steady, with Jewish Home at 13 and Yachad at 5 in slight gains for each.
Labor in the Lead Six Days Before ElectionsLatest poll reveals clear lead for Labor-Hatnua - but more Israelis still prefer Netanyahu as prime minister.
Labor Opens Largest Lead on Likud Since Campaign StartedWeek before elections Labor outpaces Likud by a full four mandates - but who will get first crack at forming a coalition?
Poll Gives Labor 3 Mandate Edge; Yesh Atid, Kulanu Back HerzogLabor 24, Likud 21 as Yesh Atid surges to 14. Majority of Yesh Atid and Kulanu voters want Herzog as prime minitser.
16% of Voters Still UndecidedThe margin of 'undecided' voters is wide enough to affect 19 mandates. Could last-minute decisions become tie-breakers?
Poll: Close Race Between Labor, Likud - But Right GainingTwo differing polls predict a tie between Labor, Likud - but who would have an easier time forming a coalition?
First Polls Since Netanyahu's Congress AddressLikud closes gap with Labor from previous polls, and Netanyahu further outpaces Herzog as most fitting for PM, as Jewish Home lapses.
Poll: Labor Outpaces Likud, Jewish Home Slips Back to 12Labor gets 24, ahead of 21 for Likud; after a slight rebound to 14 Jewish Home falls back to fifth place.
Poll Shows Jewish Home Rebounding to 14 MKsLikud gets 24, Eli Yishai gets 5 and Shas is at the bottom with 4. Right-religious bloc has 60 MKs, with two weeks left to elections.
Poll: Jewish Home Stuck at 11 Seats, Labor Top25 seats for Labor in latest elections poll, despite a different poll suggesting a close race with Likud.
Meretz Hits New Lows in Latest Elections PollsYachad-Ha'am Itanu pulls ahead of the far-left as Meretz is now barely passing the threshold.
Elections Polls: Who is First, Likud or Labor?Differing polls indicate either a Labor win or a tie with Likud; Yesh Atid, Yachad-Ha'am Itanu gaining seats overall.
Growing US Public Support for Fighting ISIS, Shows PollNearly two-thirds now backing the air campaign against the jihadists, according to a survey released Tuesday.
Poll: 24 Seats for Labor, Ha'am Itanu GainingThird poll published Tuesday predicts clear win for Labor, but also extra seat for the newest right-wing party.
Poll: 21% of Voters Still UndecidedYet another survey shows Likud and Labor joint top - but number of undecided voters means it's still anyone's game.
Poll: Likud and Labor Tie, But Left Bloc StrongerA 24-seat tie for Likud and Labor may not be enough to prevent the left from forming a stronger coalition, poll reveals.
Who Do Israelis Want to See as Their Next Ministers?Polls reveal surprising support for Tzipi Livni, Moshe Ya'alon; mandate survey predicts Likud victory despite earlier poll.
Poll: Left, Labor Gaining GroundLabor has a slight edge over Likud in pre-elections polling - but also has gained seats for a potential leftist coalition.
Likud and Labor Continue to Run in Dead Heat24 seats for each party, as neither seems able to shake the other for the lead and elections day approaches.
Poll: Most Americans Oppose Republican Invite of NetanyahuCNN poll finds 63% of Americans believe it was a bad move to invite Netanyahu to address Congress without consulting Obama.
Labor Edges Out Likud in Latest PollJewish Home making a slow recovery with 12 seats after slump; joint third with Arabs and Yesh Atid.
Poll: Who Do Religious Israelis Vote For?The majority of traditional, national-religious, haredi Israelis choose religious parties - and demand that women be included on all lists.
Poll: Labor Inches Past Likud, Jewish Home Stuck at 11Labor pulls past Likud with 25 seats in latest poll, but majority of voters still think Netanyahu will be prime minister again.
Likud Emerges as Clear Front-Runner in New PollA new poll shows that recent trends indicating a strengthening of the Likud and a weakening of Jewish Home are continuing.
Poll: 69.7% of Israelis Want Televised Pre-Elections DebateMajority of respondents call for debate between Netanyahu and party leaders - but still prefer him over Herzog.
Poll: Americans Believe ISIS 'Greatest Threat' to USIn Gallup poll asking what the biggest threat to the US is today, ISIS won by a 84% landslide; Iran in second spot.
Poll Confirms Likud Beating Labor - But BarelyThird poll in one day finds near tie for first, tie for third, and Yisrael Beytenu continuing to suffer.
Poll Shows Stronger Right-Wing Coalition for 20th KnessetLikud-led coalition remains strong, projections show; more Israelis want a right-wing than left-wing government overall.
Jewish Home Falls to Fifth Place in Polling FirstLikud ekes by Labor, Jewish Home down to 11 seats being bypassed by joint Arab list and Yesh Atid, dropping to 5th for first time.
Likud and Labor Tie at 24 Mandates EachPoll finds race for top remains neck and neck, as does race for third between Jewish Home and united Arab list, Yishai continues to get in.
Poll: Americans Don't Want Congress to Boycott BibiPoll finds that Americans don't like Boehner's invitation to Netanyahu, but think congressmen should attend the speech nonetheless.
Poll: Arab Parties Overtake Jewish Home, Likud StrongLikud outpaces Labor by four seats, but Jewish Home continues to slide in pre-election surveys.
Super Poll: Averages Show The Actual StandingsAverages from 38 polls since election frenzy began last December reveals Likud has a slight drop on Labor, Arabs and Jewish Home tied.
Poll Reveals Public Thinks Newscasters are Radical LeftistsNews presenters have unique position to shape public opinion - but what are their opinions? According to public: far left and radical left.
Poll: Likud, Labor Still Competing for Top SpotRight-wing and left-wing parties neck-and-neck for a coalition, as well - with the same number of seats projected for each.
Poll: Likud and Labor Even, Jewish Home RecoveringChannel 10 poll gives Jewish Home 14 seats, marking a recovery from Eli Ohana saga. Labor and Likud each have 23 seats.
Poll: Likud Ahead, Jewish Home FallingRight-wing bloc projected to be stable at 42 seats - but Jewish Home falls from perennial third-place spot.
Polls: Public Support for 'Center' Parties FallingPublic support waning for Kahlon, Liberman, polls reveal; jury out on whether Likud or Labor will be top.