2007 Annual Survey of American Jewish Opinion
Publication Date: November 2007
Publisher(s): American Jewish Committee
Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive
Keywords: Political Behavior; Community Relations; Jewish Identification
Coverage: United States
The data reported here are from the 2007 Annual Survey of American Jewish Opinion, sponsored by the American Jewish Committee, detailing the views of American Jews about a broad range of subjects.
Among the topics covered in the present survey are the campaign against terrorism and the war in Iraq, the Israel-Arab conflict, the attachment of American Jews to Israel, political and social issues in the United States, Jewish perceptions of anti-Semitism, and Jewish identity concerns.
Some of the questions appearing in the survey are new; others are drawn from previous American Jewish Committee surveys.
The 2007 survey was conducted for the American Jewish Committee by Synovate (formerly Market Facts), a leading survey-research organization. Respondents were interviewed by telephone between November 6 - November 25, 2007; no interviewing took place on the Sabbath. The sample consisted of 1,000 self-identifying Jewish respondents selected from the Synovate consumer mail panel. The respondents are demographically representative of the United States adult Jewish population on a variety of measures. The margin of error for the sample as a whole is plus or minus 3 percentage points.