​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The 2008 Census is an integrated census and is conducted using unique statistical methods developed by the Central Bureau of Statistics, as a transition stage for performing administrative censuses in the future. The integrated census eases the response burden on the public and contributes to a saving in resources of the ongoing censuses that will take place in the future.The integrated census combines an enumeration of a sample of close to 20% of the households in Israel through face-to-face interviews, with ​administrative data based on the Population Registry (in small localities numbering less

than 300 people, a full enumeration of all the residents was conducted). The field work, including enumeration in the field and completion of information by using the telephone, is called The Population Census Survey; it began at the end of 2008 and was concluded in July 2009.​   ​

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