New Analysis Shows The 2018 Jewish Vote Was Even More Democratic Than Expected

American Jews Voted Democratic In Vast Numbers This Year

The nationwide exit poll used by the major networks and newspapers[1] confirms that Jewish voters overwhelmingly chose Democratic candidates in the recent midterm elections. Among Jews, 82% of the two-party U.S. House vote went to Democrats, with only 18% going to Republicans.[2] This enormous 64-point margin of support for House Democrats is the largest among Jewish voters in a decade and one of the largest on record.

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