Hopeful arguments to that effect have been proffered since the Pew survey two years ago. They’re wrong.
Pew’s recent survey suggests that the children of intermarriage are likelier than they used to be to identify themselves as Jewish—though still not very. . .
The Pew Research Center’s recent survey, A Portrait of Jewish Americans, reveals that for those Jews who choose to remain Jews, religion and peoplehood are still one and inseparable.. . .