August 9, 6 min read. Jews who identify themselves as Democrats strongly agree with the Israeli position and disagree with President Obama's on issues such as a Palestinian state, settlement construction, and trading land for peace. Asked to choose between Obama's view that "if Israel could settle its dispute with the Palestinian refugees and give them a nation of their own, that the Arabs would live in peace with Israel" and the Israeli government opinion that "the Arabs will never live in peace with Israel and that giving them a nation of their own will just make them stronger," Jewish Democrats sided with the Israeli view by On the contentious issue of construction in existing West Bank settlements, Democratic Jews also sided with Israel more than with Obama. The survey asked them whether they agreed with Obama when he "says that it is very important that Israel not expand its settlements on the West Bank so as not to alienate the Palestinians," or with Israel that "it should be allowed to build new homes in existing settlements but not to start new ones," they backed the Israeli view by
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If the election were held today, President Obama would get only 56 percent of the Jewish vote against a generic Republican candidate, down from the 78 percent he won in and less than the 74 percent John Kerry John Forbes Kerry John Kerry: Pressley's story 'more American than any mantle this president could ever claim' Schumer to donate Epstein campaign contributions to groups fighting sexual violence Trump threatens Iran with increased sanctions after country exceeds uranium enrichment cap MORE received in This is the key finding of a survey of 1, Jewish voters I conducted from June using telephone and Internet interviews. After asking basic questions of the entire sample, I proceeded to drill down with more detailed questions for the Jews in the sample who identified themselves as Democrats.
In March , for instance, J Street found that American Jews as a whole support a two-state solution by the overwhelming margin of 76 to 24 percent, and that they also approve overwhelmingly of Barack Obama. Since the J Street poll measured American Jews as a whole both Democrats and Republicans one would expect this support to increase once only Democrats are polled. The sponsors of the poll— The Traditional Values Coalition —have a history of conducting questionable research and have a clear political agenda. The actual pollster— Global Marketing Research Services —has its own shady track record. Its sister company— On Track Research —has a history of push-polling and refusing to remove numbers from their call lists.