Jewish Home voters say party is not doing enough

Recent poll shows dissatisfaction with Jewish Home; supporters say more needs to be done for Judea-Samaria.

Hezki Baruch ,

Jewish Home
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A poll conducted by Arutz Sheva surveying the national religious community who voted for the Jewish Home party during last year's election found that a large majority of the voters are dissatisfied with the party's policies and actions regarding Judea and Samaria. 

In the poll, voters were asked what their opinion was regarding the actions which the Jewish Home party has undertaken regarding Judea and Samaria. 

Meskar, a company that specializes in conducting polls within the religious community, oversaw the poll.

From the outcome it was revealed that 80 percent of the national religious community feel that the faction should be doing more to comply with their election promises to support Judea and Samaria. 

The vast majority of the voters for the party feel that the Jewish Home needs to be more stubborn and give in less to the government.

The poll also asked the 500 respondents about their feelings on the houses purchased in Hevron, which Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon (Likud) ordered 200 Jews evicted from.  

67 percent of those asked said that the party should apply coalition sanctions in order to bring about a change in policy regarding the eviction from the houses, while 27 percent said that they feel the party should refrain from it, and a very small group of only 6 percent responded that the Jewish Home party should not invoke any sanctions whatsoever.