Are American Jews Shifting Their Political Affiliation?

Some certainly are—and, as an analysis of Orthodox voting patterns from the past five elections shows, this is a long-term trend. What does it mean, and where might it go from here?

January 18, 2017 | Mitchell Rocklin
About the author: Mitchell Rocklin is a resident research fellow at the Tikvah Fund.

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“F– – – the Jews, they don’t vote for us anyway.”

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