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U.S. Jews’ political views

U.S. Jews political views

According to Mouood, quoting by pewresearch: 8. U.S. Jews political views Pew Research Center surveys, including the 2020 study, show that Jews are among the most consistently liberal and Democratic groups in the U.S. population. Seven-in-ten Jewish adults identify with or lean toward the Democratic Party, and half describe their …

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Anti-Semitism and Jewish views on discrimination

Anti-Semitism and Jewish views

According to Mouood, quoting by Pewresearch: 6. Anti-Semitism and Jewish views on discrimination Jewish Americans generally perceive a rise in anti-Semitism. More than nine-in-ten U.S. Jews surveyed say there is at least some anti-Semitism in America, and three-quarters say there is more anti-Semitism in the U.S. today than there was five years …

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Jewish identity and belief

Jewish identity and belief

According to Mouood, quoting by Pewresearch: 2. Jewish identity and belief Religion is not central to the lives of most U.S. Jews. Even Jews by religion are much less likely than Christian adults to consider religion to be very important in their lives (28% vs. 57%). And among Jews as a whole, …

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Jewish Americans in 2020

Jewish Americans in 2020

According to Mouood, quoting by Pewresearch: Jewish Americans in 2020 U.S. Jews are culturally engaged, increasingly diverse, politically polarized and worried about anti-Semitism What does it mean to be Jewish in America? A new Pew Research Center survey finds that many Jewish Americans participate, at least occasionally, both in some …

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