New Poll: Mitt Romney Leads Among American Israelis

The Algemeiner

New studies are showing that many Jews, especially U.S. citizens who live in Israel, are growing increasingly Republican and feel President Barack Obama is not supportive enough of Israel.

According to iVoteIsrael, a grass-roots organization registering American Israelis to vote in the upcoming U.S. elections, Republican candidate Mitt Romney leads within that voter base by a 2:1 ratio, and 63 percent of American Israelis believe Obama is unfriendly towards Israel, Elie Pieprz, iVoteIsrael national director, told Israel Hayom.

The results offer a stark contrast to a recent Solomon Project study of exit-poll data that showed a growth of liberalism among American Jews…

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