According to a new poll by Pew, Jews are winning a national popularity contest.
54% of United States adults report they have heard “nothing at all” about the “alt-right,” while 28% indicate they know “a little” about it.
(JTA) — Jews are the world’s most-educated religious group, with an average of more than 13 years of formal schooling, according to a new study. The Pew Research Center study published Tuesday found that Jews worldwide have four years more of schooling on average than the next-most educated group, Christians, who average about nine years of…
Although the percentage of religious Americans falls annually, a growing number of Jews worldwide are finding a home at Chabad and Hillel.
Why are Israeli Orthodox Jews more attracted to politically extremist views than their non-Orthodox fellow citizens? The question is not a provocation. It’s one that grows out of a new analysis of data from the Pew Research Center’s recent study showing that nearly half of all Israel Jews want Arabs expelled from their midst.
Americans still sympathize with Israel over the Palestinians; Millennials, not so much.
Israeli Muslims are more devout than the country’s Jews, Christians and Druze, but less so than other Muslims in the region.
When I first heard the number, I cringed. Could it really be that nearly half of Israeli Jews support the expulsion or transfer of the Arab population, as a new study by the Pew Research Center reported?
Identified as Israel’s second largest “tribe” in the Pew Research Center’s new, comprehensive survey of Israelis and their social and political demography, Masorti Jews are most easily defined by the space they occupy on the country’s Jewish spectrum: to the left of the Orthodox and to the right of the secular.
President Reuven Rivlin called the findings of the landmark Pew survey a “wake-up call for Israeli society.”