According to the survey, 92 percent of the respondents answered affirmatively to the question as to whether they would actively engage in a military battle for Israel. The same number expressed pride in their Jewishness.
Ninety percent characterized themselves as "patriotic," and 85 percent said they were opposed to dividing Jerusalem in order to gain peace with the Palestinian Authority.
Eighty-three percent of those who answered the survey supported raising the Israeli flag on Independence Day – and a higher number, 90 percent, expressed outrage when people act "contemptuously" during the sounding of the siren on Memorial Day.
An overwhelming majority of Israel's Jews also prefer to live in the Jewish State than anywhere else: 87 percent said they would rather be Israeli citizens than citizens of any other country.