AJC Survey

AJC Poll: It’s Not Just Israel

10/12/2010
Editorial

There was little good news for the Democrats in the new American Jewish Committee Survey of American Jewish Public Opinion, released only weeks before critical congressional midterm elections.

While confidence in President Barack Obama’s handling of U.S.-Israel relations continues to drop after a stormy year in U.S.-Israel relations, the most dramatic decline centered on his handling of the economy, with only 45 percent approving — a drop of 10 point since a similar AJC poll in March.

U.S. Jews Edge Right On Peace Compromises

12/12/2007
Washington Correspondent
American Jews are increasingly pessimistic about the prospects for Mideast peace and less willing to support the "painful compromises" that Israeli leaders say will be critical to solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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