Pray or just eat bagels, it might make you happier.
A new data analysis reveals that over the next few decades, the American Jewish community will look quite different than it does today.
The overall balance of opinion towards Israel has fluctuated only modestly since 1978.
Nearly three-fourths of people who do not participate in organized religion retain belief in a higher power of some kind.
A new Pew survey revealed the partisan divide on Israel and Palestine is widening. But the differences in attitudes by age is more insightful:
What’s causing the decline in Democratic voters’ support for Israel? Is it Israel’s own policies? A reaction to President Trump? Or something else?
Muslims have higher birthrates and immigration numbers than Jews, and are more likely to marry within the faith.
Only 13% of American Jews know Hebrew. It’s time to change that.
Here’s how the Jews and Muslims of the United States stack up.
According to a new poll by Pew, Jews are winning a national popularity contest.