The Arab Citizens' Boycott of the Israeli Knesset Elections 2003

By: Ameed Sa'abni
June 2004
Available in Arabic

One of the most notable aspects of the Knesset elections of 2003 was that 38% of eligible Arab voters abstained. This survey attempts to identify the causes of such a high level of abstention. The causes were determined to include ideology, as a method of protest, and a variety of personal and technical reasons. The report further analyses what this means for future elections as well as overall trends in Arab voting patterns.

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