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American Jews: 65-68% Democratic, 26-29% Republican

by Shmuel Rosner

November 25, 2012 | 9:23 am

President Barack Obama speaking at the AIPAC annual conference in Washington D.C., March 2012. (Photo: Reuters)

We've just updated our U.S. Jewish Party Identification tracker – one of our regular J Meter features. The tracker is updated with the two polls conducted on Election Day by J Street and the Republican Jewish Coalition.

With this new data we present what we believe is a convincing picture, according to which there’s a broad agreement between the different polls that American are less- than-but-close-to 70% Democratic and less-than-but-close-to 30% Republican.

All the details – here.

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