3 thoughts on “J Street 2010 Poll of American Jews – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. Based on this poll (i.e, taking the poll and publishing the result), I have a somewhat more favorable view of J Street as being different in an important way than AIPAC.

    Before seeing this poll I would have said (and have said) new brand of toothpaste from same manufacturer.

    In the next poll, maybe J Street will ask USA Jews whether they believe that the settlements (and the presence of the settlers) in territories captured and occupied in 1967 are illegal and follow up with a question whether the US should demand the removal of the settlers.

  2. Pabelmont, in the poll they conducted about this time last year, 76% of J Street’s sample supported a form of two state outcome along the lines of the ‘Clinton parameters’ that would ‘include some land swaps allowing for most Jewish settlers in the West Bank to be inside Israel’ (http://bureauofcounterpropaganda.blogspot.com/2009/04/across-potomac.html). I think that answers your question. I wouldn’t like to speculate about what the other 24% thought about the legitimacy of the settlements and the evacuation of the settlements.

    I’ll probably do an analysis of the latest poll sometime soon. Zogby has just released some new poll results on the topic, and Rasmussen had a particularly weird poll a couple of weeks ago.

  3. Dear Mr Silverstein. We would like to cooperate with you on an article about JStreet. If you are interested please contact me on my email.

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