In Jerusalem

The capital, in figures

Newly published statistics show that more residents are leaving the city, but here is a high level of overall satisfaction with life here.

Photo by: Marc Israel Sellem/The Jerusalem Post
Just as it does every year before Jerusalem Day, the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies has published comprehensive figures on various aspects of the city.

The survey refers to the situation through the end of 2012, but nevertheless gives a general outlook of today’s major trends in the capital and among its residents.

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