American Jewish Committee (AJC) , 2015
The 2015 American Jewish Committee (AJC) Annual Survey of American Jewish Opinion utilized an Internet survey to measure the opinions of 1,030 Jewish Americans; an Internet survey has been conducted for AJC by GfK Research since 2012; during the preceding decades, telephone survey interviews were conducted by other research firms.
Available for downloading are the AJC press release summarizing the survey results, the survey questions and percentages, an explanation of the research methodology and the 2015 data file constructed by GfK.
The AJC press release noted: "The 2015 AJC Survey of American Jewish Opinion finds a community conflicted about the Iran nuclear deal, concerned about U.S.-Israel relations, and worried about rising anti-Semitism."
Major findings from the survey include:
Iran Nuclear Deal
• U.S. Jews offer conflicting, and seemingly contradictory, views on the agreement reached between the P5+1 and Iran on July 14. A clear majority...
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