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The survey also looks at differences among Israeli Jews based on age, gender, education, ethnicity (Ashkenazi or Sephardi/Mizrahi) and other demographic factors.
Most secular Jews in Israel say they see themselves as Israeli first and Jewish second, while most Orthodox Jews (Haredim and Datiim) say they see themselves as Jewish first and then Israeli.
Most non-Jewish residents of Israel are ethnically Arab and identify, religiously, as Muslims, Christians or Druze.
think Israel can be a Jewish state and a democracy at the same time.
Here’s a brief description of what the survey shows about these categories.
Haredi (9% of Jews, 8% of all Israeli adults) Though often translated as “ultra-Orthodox,” the Hebrew word Haredi literally means trembling or fearing God.