Despite some deal opponents’ claims to the contrary, multiple polls have demonstrated that a large majority of American Jews strongly support the agreement.
Polls of American Jews
GBA Strategies August 16-19 Poll
- 62% support, 33% oppose
GBA Strategies July 21-23 Poll
- 60% support, 40% oppose, using same question wording as ABC News/Washington Post survey
LA Jewish Journal July 21-23 Poll
Surveyed 501 American Jews, and 522 Americans across the country, by phone. Administered by Social Science Research Solutions.
- 49% support, 31% oppose
GBA Strategies May 31-June 3 Poll
Surveyed 1,000 self-identified American Jewish adults. Administered by Mountain West Research Company on behalf of J Street.
- 59% support, 41% oppose, using same question wording as ABC News/Washington Post survey
- 78% support, 22% oppose when presented with more details about the agreement.
Public Policy Polling August 11-12 Poll
Surveyed 528 New York City voters on behalf of Americans United For Change.
- 58% of New York City voters support, 35% oppose
- 54% of Democrats say they’d be more likely to vote in the future for someone who supported it
Public Policy Polling July 23-24 Poll
Surveyed 730 registered American voters on behalf of Americans United For Change.
- 54% support, 38% oppose
- 75% of Democrats support
- 36% of Republicans support
Washington Post/ABC July 16-19 Poll
Surveyed a national sample of 1,002 adults, including landline and cell phone respondents.
- 56% support, 37% oppose
Cato/YouGov July 14-16 Poll
Surveyed 1,004 American adults, using an online sample designed to be representative of the US population.
- 58% support, 40% oppose
- 53% want Congress to support vs. 46% who don’t
- 68% of Americans aged 18-29 support
- 50% of Americans aged 65+ support