November 5, 2012

Israel Doesn't Swing Jewish Voters

Amitai Etzioni, CNN

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If Jewish votes follow what this survey reveals, Obama will gain somewhat less support from Jews this year than he gained in 2008 -- but the same will be true for other groups of voters, including African-Americans. And most Jews who will change the party they vote for will not "swing" because of his position on Israel.

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