Israel's two big cities had vastly different voting patterns
The White City and the Holy City, in a sense, represent Israel’s two polar extremes, and nowhere is this more pronounced than in how each one votes.
Barring major traffic, the drive from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem takes less than an hour. But as most first-time visitors will quickly take note, despite this physical proximity, Israel’s two biggest cities are worlds apart.
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