The Israel Institute for Democracy has published the sixth annual statistical report on ultra-Orthodox Jews (Haredim) in Israel. This is reported by The Jerusalem Post.
According to the report, more and more haredim use the Internet and integrate the use of the Internet into their daily life.
For example, 64% of all people used the Internet last year. haredi in the country. For comparison, in 2008, only 28% of Haredi used the Internet.
62% of Haredi preferred to connect to the World Wide Web via computers, while most Israelis prefer to use the Internet via a smartphone.
It is noted that the majority of ultra-Orthodox Jews do not go to the Internet for entertainment, but to use e-mail (88%), to search for information (73%), to use digital banking services (62%).
Social and entertainment applications are used much less often, only half of haredim have social networks.