There’s a Yiddish saying, “It’s hard to be a Jew.” But according to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, Jews enjoy the highest well-being of all religious groups.
JEWISH VOTE 2012: Republicans think President Obama has a ‘Jewish problem.’ We asked several prominent pollsters what the data says about his reelection chances.
JEWISH VOTE 2012: Jews may not back Barack Obama as overwhelmingly as in 2008. Then again, his support will likely weaken among younger voters and independents, too.
JEWISH VOTE 2012: The Jewish vote is still heavily Democratic. But growing numbers of Orthodox voters and those who strongly support Israel may tilt more to the GOP.
For all the distrust that supposedly separates them, American Jews feel a lot of solidarity with their Muslim counterparts.
Not only is being Jewish good for your health, it makes you happier, too. At the request of the New York Times, the Gallup research organization has put together a profile of “the happiest person in America,” a demographic composite based on surveys the company has conducted daily among 1,000 U.S. adults for the last three years.
Being Jewish is good for your health.
It’s a little early for Barack Obama’s campaign to breath a sigh of relief and say a few Amens, but two new polls of Jewish voters offer some good news for the Democratic presidential nominee.