The majority of Israelis are satisfied with their lives, according to a survey published yesterday by Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics.
In the official survey, 86% of Israelis, or about 4.3 million citizens, reported that they are "satisfied" or "very satisfied" of their lives, while only 14% reported that they were unsatisfied by their lives.
The survey on the personal well-being of Israel's citizens was conducted throughout 2013, based on responses from 4,700 residents aged 20 and over.
According to the findings, 53% of respondents, corresponding to some 2.6 million Israelis, were satisfied with their financial state. This represents a drop of 3% from the previous year.