As the poll shows, only a minority of those how identify with the R and C movements actually attend services at their congregations. I live next to the one and only non-Orthodox congregation (it is Conservative) in my town in Israel and they have services only Friday Nite and Saturday morning. Considering how the C movement finally decided to count women in a minyan, one would think that there would be 3 times a day prayers in their congregation as the Orthodox do. Apparently identifying as Conservative or Reform and then actually carrying out the practices they claim to require are two different things. If they don't get a motivated layity like the Orthodox have, they will never have any impact in Israel.
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