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The Voting Patterns of the Settlers –2013 Knesset Elections
• The settler population constitutes 4.14% of the electorates in Israel, equaling 5 Members of Knesset
• 11 MKs (9%) of the 120 newly elected Knesset Members, reside in the settlements. 5 are members of
the “Likud Beitenu” party, a composition of the “Likud” party, headed by PM Netanyahu and by
“Israel Beitenu” party, headed by Avigdor Liberman (who himself lives in the settlement of Nokdim);
5 are members of the “Bait Hayehudi” (“The Jewish Home”) party led by Naftali Bennet; 1 is a
member of “Yesh Atid” party, led by former journalist Yair Lapid.
• The voter turnout among the settlers was slightly over 83%, higher than the national average of
• The most popular party among the setters was the “Bait Hayehudi” party, with nearly 28% of the
votes, over 3 times higher than the 9% support the party received among the general Israeli public.
• The second most popular party in the settlements was the “Likud Beitenu” party with 21% of the
votes, however lower than its national 23% support.
• The ultraorthodox parties received an accumulated support of almost 28% (“Yahadut Hatora” –
17.1%; “Shas” – 9.5%), significantly higher than the 15% votes received by the general public.
• “Otzma LeIsrael” (“Might to Israel”) party, the successor of the racist Kahane movement, received
7.4% among the settler votes, well over the 1.7% received by the general public (which didn’t pass the
• The vote among the setters for the Centrist parties
of “Yesh Atid” and “Kadima” was 6.5% and 0.7%
respectively, lower than the national voter turnout of 14.2% and 2.1% respectively.
• The Labor party was supported by 3.4% of the voters from the settlements, less than a third of its
• The politically dovish
parties of “HaTnua” and “Meretz”, which during their elections campaign
emphasized the two state solution and the need for negotiations that would evidently lead to
evacuation of settlements, received 2.2% among the settlers, lower than the 9.6% received among the
general public. “Hantnua” party received 1.4% among settlers, less than the 5% received by the
general public, while the support for “Meretz” stood at 0.7% among the settlers, less than the 4.6%
Settler and National voting patterns
A closer look at the voting patterns within the settlements clarifies the differences among them. In
order to understand the voting patterns, we created 6 subgroups of settlements, each with specific
characteristics: 1. National Religious settlements; 2. Large, un-orthodox settlements; 3.
Ultraorthodox settlements; 4. “Quality of Life” settlements; 5. Secular and or mixed (secular and
national religious) settlements; 6. Secular settlements in the Jordan Valley.
population percentage out
of total settler population
National Religious Settlements
Settlements: Avnei Hefetz, Itamar, Elon More, Alon Shvut, El’azar, Elkana, Efrata, Beit El, Beit Horon,
Bruchin, Bracha, Bat Ayin, Dolev, Hebron, Halamish, Hashmonaim, Talmon, Yitzhar, Yakir, Kochav
Ha’shachar, Kfar Etzion, Kfar Tapuah, Karmei Tzur, Carmel, Mevo Horon, Migdal Oz, Mechola, Ma’on,
Ma’ale Levona, Ma’ale Michmash, Ma’ale Shomron, Yatir (aka Metzadot Yehuda), Mitzpe Yericho, Neve
Daniel, Nahliel, Susiya, Ofra, Ateret, Alei Zahav, Enav, Otniel, Pedu’el, Pnei Hever, Psagot, Kedumim,
Kiryat Netafim, Rosh Tzurim, Revava, Shavei Shomron, Shadmot Mehola, Shilo.
Settlements: Immanuel, Kochav Ya’akov, Ma’ale Amos, Asfar, Beitar Illit, Matityahu, Modi’in Ilit
Large, unorthodox, settlements (Ma'ale
Edumim, Givat Ze'ev, Ariel)
Settlements: Ma’ale Edumim, Givat Ze’ev, Ariel
"Quality of Life" settlements
Settlements: Oranit, Alfei Menashe, Beit Arie, Har Adar, Har Gilo, Hinanit, Kfar Ha’oranim, Nili, Na’ale,
Secular or Mixed (secular and national
Settlements: Adora, Eshkolot, Barqan, Geva Binyamin (aka Adam), Giv’on Ha’hadasha, Hermesh, Tene,
Kfar Adumim, Mevo Dotan, Migdalim, Nofim, Nokdim, Almon, Etz Efraim, Tzofim, Keidar, Kiryat Arba,
Karnei Shomron, Rimonim, Shim’a, Sha’arei Tikva, Telem, Tko’a
Secular Settlements at the Jordan Valley
Settlements: Almog, Argaman, Beit Ha’arava, Bqa’ot, Gitit, Gilgal, Vered Yericho, Hamra, Yitav, Yafit,
Mechora, Ma’ale Efraim, Mitzpe Shalem, Masu’a, Niran, Na’ama, Nativ Ha’gdud, Petzael, Kalia, Ro’i,
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