2011 Annual Survey of American Jewish Opinion

American Jewish Committee (AJC), September 26, 2011


The annual survey of American Jewish public opinion, conducted by the American Jewish Committee, provides timely information on the attitudes of Jews across the nation regarding the pressing issues confronting the community and the country. Community members were surveyed on their political attitudes, their take on the economy and national security, U.S.-Israel Relations, and Arab-Israel peace, among other topics. A key finding is that disappointment with President Obama’s handling of the economy and U.S.-Israel relations has caused a falloff in Jewish support for the administration. Another striking finding is the divergence of opinion between Orthodox Jews and the views of Conservative and Reform Jews.


Topic: Elections, Diaspora Relations, Democratic Party, Israel-Diaspora Relations, Arab-Israeli Conflict, Survey, Israeli-Arab Conflict, Religious Denominations, Public Opinion, Voting, Peace

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Genre: Survey

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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2011 Annual Survey of American Jewish Opinion. American Jewish Committee (AJC). 26 September 2011: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=13349


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