Poll shows Reform Judaism gaining strength in Israel

The survey of 499 Israeli Jews also showed that 35 percent of Israeli Jews identify most with Reform Judaism, 29 percent with Orthodox and 13 percent with Conservative Judaism.

Approximately 20 percent said they either don't identify with any religious stream or don't know about the differences.

Those skeptical of the poll said it forces people to identify with a religious stream even if they don't make that choice in their life.