JPost/IDI compass: Who should you vote for?

See which political parties correspond to your views with The Israel Democracy Institute's Election Compass.

December 31, 2012 10:52
Haredi man casts ballot in elections [file]

Haredi man casts ballot elections 390 (R). (photo credit: Gil Cohen Magen / Reuters)


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The Israel Democracy Institute, in conjunction with The Jerusalem Post, has developed an interactive tool aimed at helping voters make an informed decision about whom to support in the January 22, 2013, election. published the Israel Democracy Institute’s new 2013 Election Compass, which can be accessed by clicking on this link.

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Depending on the answers given to 30 key questions, the compass will place your views on a bi-polar map divided by diplomatic, security, socioeconomic and civil issues.

The compass was invented in the Netherlands and has been used in countries around the world. IDI adapted it to the previous Israeli election in 2009 and has developed it further in English, Hebrew and Arabic for the current race.

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