April 16, 2012 | Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah
December 15, 2003 | Dr. Steven Windmueller
An overwhelming majority of American Jews - 73 percent - describe themselves as moderate or liberal; 23 percent label themselves as conservative. Only 19 percent voted for Bush in the 2000 elections, but there are indications that Jewish support for the Republican Party is on the rise. The growing Orthodox communities in the New York metropolitan area and elsewhere are distinctively Republican.