Some 52% of American Jews identify as Democrats, and only 16% as Republicans.
A full 64% of Democrats view Israel favorably, but that’s dwarfed by the Republican rate of 83%.
Sanders placed seventh in the poll of most admired men in America, with Netanyahu placing ninth. Both received one percent of the vote.
A national poll by Gallup shows that the president’s approval rating among Jews stands at 31%. That’s 11% below the national average.
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Jewish voters favor Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump 52 to 23 percent, according to poll tracking by Gallup. The only religious group showing stronger favorability ratings for the Democratic nominee in data collected from July 1-Aug. 28 is Muslims, who favor Clinton over Trump 64 to 9 percent, according to the…
Twice as many Jewish-Americans identify as Democrats over Republicans, but the GOP has made strides, according to the latest Gallup polling.
A Gallup poll shows support among Americans for Israel during the Gaza Strip conflict is divided, and is low among younger Americans.
When Alvin Wong was told that he might just be the happiest man in America, the news upended his life. Are things still peachy for the 72-year-old Jewish Hawaiian?
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is viewed favorably by 35% of Americans, compared to 23% unfavorable, a new Gallup poll revealed.
On the eve of presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s visit to Israel, a new Gallup poll reveals that Jewish American voters continue to support his rival, U.S. President Barack Obama, by a wide 68%-25% margin.