Ballots for 2015 elections
Ballots for 2015 electionsIsaac Harari/Flash 90

Just one day after going to the polls, Israel still has elections fever - and even Google Israel is getting in on the fun. 

The web powerhouse, which has offices in Tel Aviv, released a Google Doodle on Tuesday on google.co.il featuring a ballot to mark the day. 

On Wednesday, Adam Z. Ross used the site to take Israel's elections obsession one step further: through a comprehensive, interactive map on the Google Maps system showing the statistics for each party by city. 

The map shows graphically the results as listed by the official 20th Knesset elections' website, which lists the voting statistics nationally, by city, and even by individual polling stations.