A Snapshot of the American Jewish Electorate: 2011 Political Survey

By Steven Windmueller

Steven Windmueller, May 2011

This political survey of 2300 participants was intended to provide a snapshot of a number of Jewish voters. The findings confirm that from this particular cohort Jews hold deeply embedded policy positions on key domestic and international issues. In this particular study one finds a distinctive Jewish conservative voice emerging on Israel-related matters and an array of domestic social issues. The data also suggests that among highly engaged Jews, those who are active within Jewish religious and communal life, there is a sharp divide on political attitudes and policies. This liberal-conservative split models the current political landscape of the country.

Topic: Political Behavior, Elections, Democratic Party, Republican Party, GOP, Survey, Data, Affiliation, Politics, Voting, Israel Advocacy, Hasbara

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Genre: Report

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Windmueller, Steven. A Snapshot of the American Jewish Electorate: 2011 Political Survey. Steven Windmueller. May 2011: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=11183


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