New Survey of American Jewish Opinion by the American Jewish Committee:
Disapprove of the way the U.S. is handling its "campaign against terrorism" (59-31)
Overwhelmingly believe the U.S. should have stayed out of Iraq (67-27)
Believe that things are going "somewhat badly" or "very badly" in Iraq (76-23)
Believe that the "surge" has either made things worse or has had no impact (68-30)
Oppose the United States taking military action against Iran (57-35)
Support the establishment of a Palestinian state (46-43)
American Jews identify as some shade of liberal rather than conservative (43-25)
Overwhelmingly identify themselves as Democrats rather than Republicans (58-15)
Believe that Democrats, rather than Republicans, are "more likely to make the right decision about the war in Iraq" (61-21)
Believe that Democrats are "more likely to make the right decision when it comes to dealing with terrorism" (53-30)
Identify "economy/jobs" (22) and "health care" (19) — not Terrorism — as "the most important problem facing the U.S. today"
"Salon.com. December 12, 2007.," by Glenn Greenwald.
While we don't agree with all the positions of so-called liberal Jews (false-liberals), the polling data above does show that ethnically based bigotry is a fundamental error. All Jews cannot rightly be lumped together as false-Zionists for instance. It also points out that lumping all Muslims together as being haters of Jews would be exposed as a fundamental error were a similar poll to be taken of American Muslims (even though we don't hold with Islam).