Is the Jewish tradition inherently liberal or inherently conservative? Leonard Fein examines the question through the lens of recent polling data.
Jews hold deep distrust toward Christian conservatives, a new poll showed. The gulf has remained wide despite the evangelicals’ growing public support for Israel.
It’s true, Jews are liberal on social issues and they back President Obama. But they also hold distinctly moderate-to-conservative views on issues of poverty and the economy, J.J. Goldberg writes.
JEWISH VOTE 2012: A new survey of Jews shows 62% plan to vote for President Obama, roughly similar to where he stood at this time four years ago