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A Cartographic Essay on the General Election to the 13th Knesset, 23 June 1992 / חיבור כרטוגרפי בבחירות הכלליות לכנסת ה-13, 23 ביוני 1992

סטנלי ווטרמן and Stanley Waterman
Horizons in Geography / אופקים בגאוגרפיה
No. 37/38 (תשנ"ג - 1993), pp. 103-120
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23702693
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A Cartographic Essay on the General Election to the 13th Knesset, 23 June 1992 / חיבור כרטוגרפי בבחירות הכלליות לכנסת ה-13, 23 ביוני 1992
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Abstract

This short essay provides some cartographic vistas on the General Election held in June 1992. The first six maps are cartograms outlining the national vote (the first three relate to the total vote; the last three to the Arab vote and voters) in which the units mapped are the Natural Regions. The second set is of three maps of Metropolitan Tel-Aviv. The third set of four maps relate to Jerusalem, and the final set of two maps are of Metropolitan Haifa. 1.1 Cartogram of Israel showing Natural Regions weighted by Registered Voters 1.2 Israel - Vote for the parties of the "Zionist Left" as a proportion of total valid vote 1.3 Israel - Vote for Meretz as a proportion of the vote for Left-wing Zionist parties 1.4 Israel - Non-Jewish voters as a proportion of all Registered Voters 1.5 Israel - Vote for the three Arab parties as a proportion of total valid vote 1.6 Israel - Vote for the Arab DP as a proportion of votes for the three Arab parties 2.1 Metro Tel-Aviv - Vote for Right-wing parties as proportion of total valid vote 2.2 Metro Tel-Aviv - Gap between Right- and Left-wing parties 2.3 Metro Tel-Aviv - Vote for Meretz as a proportion of the vote for Left-wing parties 3.1 Jerusalem - Vote for Left-wing parties as a proportion of total valid vote 3.2 Jerusalem - Vote for Haredi parties as a proportion of total valid vote 3.3 Jerusalem - Gap between Shas and United Torah Front in Haredi vote 3.4 Jerusalem - Gap between Haredi vote and vote for National Religious Party 4.1 Metro Haifa - Gap between Right- and Left-wing parties 4.2 Metro Haifa - Vote for the three Arab parties as a proportion of total valid vote

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