73%: Rabbis mustn’t talk politics

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An absolute majority of the Israeli public believes rabbis who are civil servants must not voice political opinions, according to a Ynet-Yesodot survey following a letter published by 50 rabbis against selling and renting apartments to non-Jews.The poll was conducted by the Panels research institute among 502 respondents, who comprise a representative sample of the adult Jewish population in Jewish communities in the State of Israel. The maximal sampling error was 4.4%. An absolute majority of the Israeli public believes rabbis who are civil servants must not voice political opinions, according to a Ynet-Yesodot survey following a letter published by 50 rabbis against selling and renting apartments to non-Jews.

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