American Jews and the 2010 Election

March 10, 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.

Despite millions of dollars worth of partisan and neo-conservative attempts to turn Israel into a wedge issue this election cycle, the attacks failed to change the way American Jews voted. The poll finds that American Jews, like the rest of the electorate, cast their votes with the economy and other bread and butter issues in mind.

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