Two years ago there were Knesset elections in Israel.
5,014,622 had the right to vote.
3,137,064 cast a vote.
690,901 voted for the Kadima party, more than for any other party. As usual, Kadima was designated as the ruling party by the president, because that was the people’s choice.
No, it wasn’t.
1,877,558 didn’t vote for anyone. That’s more than twice as much as what Kadima got.
Kadima got 22% of the actual voters and 13.78% of eligible voters.
Apparently, 13.78% is a majority.