American Jews and the 2010 Election

March 10th, 2012

J Street commissioned polls of of American Jews on America’s role in the Middle East immediately surrounding the 2010 election. The first-ever election night polls of American Jews find the community bucking national trends and overwhelmingly supporting Democratic candidates and President Obama, as well as a bold US-led push for Middle East peace. Read More...

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March 2010 Survey Results

March 10th, 2012

J Street commissioned a poll of American Jews on America’s role in the Middle East in March 2010. Find the survey data, presentation, and accompanying press release below. Read More...

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March 2009 Survey Results

March 10th, 2012

J Street commissioned a poll of American Jews on America’s role in the Middle East in March 2009. Find the survey data, analysis, powerpoint presentation, and accompanying press release below Read More...

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July 2008 Survey Results

March 10th, 2012

J Street commissioned a poll of American Jews on America’s role in the Middle East in July 2008. Find the survey data, memo, powerpoint presentation, and accompanying press release below Read More...

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J Street supports Israel

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We are pro-Israel because we believe that a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the single best chance we have to secure Israel’s future as a Jewish democracy. Read More...

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J Street opposes Iranian nuclear weapons

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J Street is strongly opposed to the development of nuclear weapons by Iran. Preventing Iran from acquiring such weapons is a critical strategic interest of the United States, Israel, and the entire Middle East, and is essential to achieving regional peace and stability. Read More...

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Resolution of the conflict will involve Hamas

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J Street believes that Hamas’ consistent opposition to the peace process, its support for terror against Israeli civilians, its use of violence for political purposes, and its repeated denial of the Holocaust are all reprehensible and abominable. Read More...

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Prominent Americans support J Street

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J Street’s Advisory Council consists of over 200 prominent Americans – including former members of Congress, rabbis, former Jewish community leaders and professionals, and many others. Read More...

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