An Appendix to the Socio-Economic Analysis of the 2019 Israeli Election results on Irregular Polling Stations

by: Dr. Roby NathansonEyal ZilbermanYanai Weiss  date:  30.11.-0001
The research that analyzed demographic and socio-economic trends in the Israeli election campgin, held in April 2019, includes an appendix that adresses the issue of irregular results in polling stations.

An Appendix to the Socio-Economic Analysis of the 2019 Israeli Election results on Irregular Polling Stations

As part of an Analysis of the 2019 elections conducted by the Macro Center for Political Economics, several polling stations were found to present statistically irregular results. While such results do not necessarily indicate irregular voting procedures, the Macro Center for Political Economics was able to flag 214 polling stations (out of a total of 10,432 polling stations) in which highly irregular and inexplicable results were found, based on strict qualification criteria.

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