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Whose Side Are You On Anyway?

Cast a vote in the Israeli elections

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At long last, we’ve reached the end of the election season. With Israelis hitting the polls right now, the final tallies should be reached in the coming hours. Check back with us for updates throughout the day as the results come in.

But before all that happens, we were curious to know how the Tablet readership might vote in the elections if they had the chance. To slake our thirst for electoral knowledge, we put together a poll that allows you to cast a vote for the Israeli party of your choosing. Did you swoon for The Jewish Home party and its boss Naftali Bennett? Did Labor’s focus on domestic and economic issues win your over? Were you dissuaded by any of the nasty Israeli campaign ads?

If you’re still not sure, check out Tablet’s very own guide to the Israeli elections as a refresher or a full listing of our election coverage here.

And don’t forget to vote early and once.

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Okay, I figured i would be one of the few voting for Am Shalem, but it’s doing well so far. Wish they would do as well in the real election!
And shame on Tablet for not giving a ballot line to Ale Yarok (Green Leaf) – prudes!

PhillipNagle says:

That Meretz, which is ready to sell out the Jewish state, would get 20% in your poll does not speak well of the Tablet’s readership. The Tablets readership seems far to the left of Israelis who have a much better understanding of the situation in Israel.

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Whose Side Are You On Anyway?

Cast a vote in the Israeli elections

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