Almost All Israeli Jews Host or Join a Seder


According to a Jewish People Policy Institute survey of 3,000 respondents, 97 percent of Israelis Jews say they either host or participate in a Pesach Seder, compared to the 2013 Pew Study’s finding of 70 percent of American Jews who participated in the Seder the prior year.

The survey confirms that similar to the Rosh Hashanah seuda, the Passover Seder is one of the only practices of Jews in Israel that is almost equally observed across the spectrum of Jewish sectors, including 93 percent of “totally secular” Jews.

The Institute found that 64 percent of Israeli Jews read “the entire Haggadah, including the part that is read after the meal,” making Pesach one of the most common practices of both Israeli and non-Israeli Jews.





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