Polls and PunditsPolls can be accurate, so why weren't they in the two recent significant elections?
Jewish Home Drops by 1 Seat in 'Ohana Week'Weekly average of polls shows negative but limited effect of Bennett's unsuccessful bid to recruit a soccer star to the team.
Poll Shows Livni May Not Make It into Next KnessetKnesset Channel poll shows Likud with 22 MKs, Jewish Home with 17; Livni teetering on threshold.
Poll Shows Jewish Home Stronger at 15 MKsA party headed by Moshe Kahlon would receive 14 seats and could make either Likud or Labor the ruling party.
Poll: Bibi, Liberman Could Get 40 SeatsSurvey finds ‘Likud Beytenu’ leaders could get 40 seats – but only if they part ways.
Poll Shows Right and Left TiedPanels Poll hard to reconcile with two other polls which showed nationalists gaining considerably.
Poll: Most Palestinians Think Israel Killed ArafatA majority of Palestinian Arabs believe Israel poisoned Yasser Arafat.
Shas Attacks Government over ‘Poverty Storm’Shas party head Aryeh Deri warns of ‘poverty storm’ as data shows 1.7 million under poverty line, including 23% of elderly.
Revealed: Most Polluting Factories in IsraelEnvironmental Protection Ministry names names of top polluters. Electric Company terms report ‘inaccurate.’
Name ‘Adele’ is 'Nothing to do With Singer'Shas MK insists popularity of girls' name ‘Adele’ in Israel is due to hassidic dynasties, not British singer.
Poll: Most Palestinians Predict Terror WarAlmost 58% think that the "peace talks" with Israel will lead to a "Third Intifada."
Survey: Most Israelis Feel 'Very Secure'In a show of resilience, despite threats Israelis more afraid of traffic accidents than terrorism.
Poll: 52% of Israelis don't Trust US on DefenseAmong religious people, over two thirds do not trust the US. 56% believe Iranian surprise attack is possible.
Unemployment Down in JulyUnemployment drops to 6.3%, workforce participation up to 63.8%.
Poll: Only 21% Believe PA State is Real SolutionJust 21% of Israelis think the PA will create a new Arab state. Most see “status quo” as the most realistic scenario.
Survey: Most Israelis Oppose New WithdrawalMost Israelis think Oslo Accords were bad for Israel, and oppose giving up Judea and Samaria.
Poll: Slight Boost for Likud, Bayit YehudiLikud, Bayit Yehudi enjoy slight boost in popularity following Israel-PA talks - even as most say Abbas doesn't want peace.
85% of Hareidi Soldiers: Proud to ServeNew polls reveal how hareidi-religious soldiers feel about the IDF, as hundreds more enlist.
Naftali Bennett: Who’s the Burden, Again?Bennett reveals settlers’ contributions to the state, and asks, are these people "a burden?"
Poll: Religion in Israel Not a World Jewish IssueDecisions on religion in Israel should be made without taking world Jewish opinion into consideration, respondents say.
More Israelis See 'Settlements' as UnnecessarySurvey shows growth in number of Israelis who see Judea, Samaria communities as unnecessary, and favor partial withdrawal.
Public Split over ‘Kotel Women’Poll finds most men, secular Israelis support ‘Women of the Wall’ demand at Kotel.
Poll: High Anti-Semitism Among Warsaw TeensPoll shows anti-Jewish sentiment among youth in Poland's capital. 44% don't want a Jewish neighbor.
Poll: Fewer PA Arabs Support TerrorA poll finds support for terrorism, rocket attacks down to under 50% among Arabs in Judea, Samaria and Gaza.
65%: No Fear of New HolocaustMost Israelis think the Jewish people do not face a new near-elimination.
PA Arabs Pessimistic on PeaceMost PA residents think Obama will be unable to revive the diplomatic process.
40% Austrians: Things ‘Not All Bad’ Under HitlerForty percent of Austrians believe things were not all bad under Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, according to a poll released Friday.
Poll: Likud Would Lose Repeat VoteNew elections would be bad for Likud, good for Yesh Atid and Bayit Yehudi.
Jewish Families Largest in Judea, SamariaFamily Day findings show high birthrate in Judea and Samaria, increase in number of single-parent households.
Rabbi: Western Culture Raising Divorce RatesRabbi warns that focus on self-fulfillment leaves marriages in trouble.
Hareidi Students Choose Law, BusinessHareidi students prefer to study law, business and education, study finds. Most students have community support.
Judea and Samaria Lead the Charge in IDFYoung men from Judea and Samaria are most likely to serve as combat soldiers, and are likely to become officers as well.
Study: Which Academics Leave Israel?The Central Bureau of Statistics looks at who leaves Israel, who stays, and the ties between schools and citizenship.
Poll: Strong Parties Drop, Small Parties RiseThe latest pre-elections poll finds Likud, Labor and Jewish Home losing votes as Yesh Atid, Meretz and Otzma Leyisrael rise.
Poll Shows Jewish Vote Still with ObamaIDB/TIPP poll is back to "normal" regarding U.S. Jews, after showing near equal support for Obama, Romney.
Poll Shows Romney Leading Obama among JewsEyebrow-raising TIPP tracking poll shows Romney with 44% versus 40% for Obama among likely Jewish voters.
Arabs: Arab MKs Don't Represent Us Well61.4% of Israeli Arabs, Druze say Arab MKs represent their interests badly or "so so."
4 of 5 Israeli Jews Feel Bond to Diaspora JewsIsraelis laugh in the face of hardships: 80% would rather live in Israel than anywhere else. Religious, Jerusalemites are happiest.
Shabbat Divisions Cross Social DividesOpinion on public transportation on Saturdays is not clearly divided along sectarian lines; many secular Israelis also say 'no.'
Israeli Rule Benefits ArabsPA report proves Arabs have benefited from Israeli sovereignty in East Jerusalem, Judea, and Samaria.
‘Jews Still Strong in Israel'Yesha Council’s deputy director general dismisses PA and demographer claims of a future Arab majority in Israel, recalls wrong predictions on 2000.
Israel Child Mortality Rate DownIsrael is in the top 16th global percentile in reducing the mortality rate of infants and children under five in the past decade, says UNICEF.
Most Jews Religious, TraditionalEight percent say they are hareidi-religious, 12% religious, 13% traditionalist-religious and 25% traditionalist but 'not so religious.'