The survey from Christians United For Israel also showed concern over Iran’s nuclear regime.
As more Jewish voters move away from the Democratic Party, there may be more room for moderate GOP candidates to gain support.
Less common answers included Moses, Abraham and Jerry Seinfeld.
Between 21 and 26 percent said Jews had too much power over the business world, global affairs and the media.
Some 59% of Americans said they disapproved of Trump’s Jewish “disloyalty” comments - but 51% of Republicans said they approved his language.
In a favorability rating chart, Trump scored 70 percent unfavorable and 26 percent favorable, the reverse of his predecessor, Barack Obama.
Most of the 800 respondents agreed with the statement that “someone can be critical of Israeli government policies and still be pro-Israel.
Survey respondents from both parties held negative views of the Palestinian government, while a majority of Democrats liked the people.
Some 52% of American Jews identify as Democrats, and only 16% as Republicans.
Also, nearly 25 percent of all respondents said that Jews have too much influence in conflict and wars across the world.