Israeli Jews Support Romney by Wide Margin

Israeli Jews Support Romney by Wide Margin

After the DNC this year, where the mere mention of God and the State of Israel became a bone of contention; after the constant instances of Barack Obama’s intense dislike of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu; after the four separate times Obama’s Administration leaked Israeli agreements with other countries to fly over them to attack Iran, scuttling those agreements; the perception in Israel is clear.

Israeli Jews prefer Mitt Romney, a close friend of Netanyahu and the nominee of a party whose constituents outnumber Democrats 43% to 9% in feeling that the U.S. could be more supportive of Israel.  Arabs who live in Israel prefer Barack Obama, the enabler of the Islamist Arab Spring.

In a new poll conducted between Oct. 22-24 by the Israel Democracy Institute and Tel Aviv University, Israeli Jews preferred Romney over Obama by 35 percentage points, 57% to 22%, while the Arabs preferred Obama by 30 points, 45% to 15%.

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