AJC Survey Gauges Jewish Voters
The American Jewish Committee Partnered with SSRS to Conduct the Study
“The AJC 2016 Survey of American Jewish Opinion is the first national survey of Jewish attitudes in this year’s election campaign and the latest in the global Jewish advocacy organization’s annual surveys that date back decades.
It also covers the views of American Jews on other pressing issues, including the degree of confidence they have in key American institutions; what they think is the appropriate role of the U.S. in world affairs; and views on anti-Semitism and the U.S.-Israel relationship, as well as Arab-Israeli issues and Jewish identity.”
The American Jewish Committee contracted with SSRS to conduct the Jewish Opinion Survey from August 8 through August 28, 2016. The goal of the survey was to elicit opinions on political and religious attitudes and beliefs from people of Jewish faith or background.