When it comes time to buy furniture, some 32 percent of Israeli Arabs head for their computers to look on the Internet, a Furniture Industry Union poll revealed Monday. The figure is double the number of Israeli Arab on-line furniture shoppers in the past two years, the Manufacturers Association of Israel said. Some 66% of Israeli Arabs prefer to purchase Israeli furniture, with most respondents (42%) indicating that quality was the deciding factor, according to the poll. The average annual expenditure on furniture within the Arab sector was NIS 9,250, up 23% from the past two years. Israeli Jews spent an average of NIS 9,525 annually on furniture over the same period, a 12.6% increase. Some 38% of Israeli Jews use the Internet to look for furniture, compared to 26% who did so two years ago, the study showed. Popular Web sites for furniture searches include Google (used by 11%), Walla (7%) and Zap (6%).