Turnout at 2 p.m. is 36.7%

36.7% of Israelis cast their ballots by 2 p.m., slightly lower than in 2013 (38.3%) but slightly higher than in 2009 (34.0%).

The Central Election Committee publicizes the voter turnout every two hours on Election Day, starting at 10 a.m.

The highest final turnout since 1973 has been 79.7%, in 1988. The lowest turnout was in 2001, 62.3%.

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