American Jewish Yearbook

Jewish Pride On The Rise

10/27/2006
Staff Writer
More people than ever before say that being Jewish "is very important" to them, according to a recent survey by the American Jewish Committee. Sixty-one percent of respondents in the organization's annual survey of American Jewish opinion, which covers topics from international affairs to religious identity, said it was "very important" to them, and another 28 percent said it was "fairly important." Ten percent of this year's respondents said that being Jewish was "not very important" in their own lives.
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