2012 Jewish Value Survey: Jews Favor Muslims, Mormons Over ‘Christian Right’

Source: Huffingtonpost

Jewish Americans hold more favorable views of Mormons and Muslims than those belonging to the “Christian Right,” according to a recently published survey on Jewish values.

The findings were part of the “2012 Jewish Values Survey,” which was published on April 3 by the non-Jewish Public Religion Research Institute. For the study, researchers asked 1,000 Jewish Americans to rate how favorably they view Mormons, Muslims, and members of the so-called “Christian Right” on a scale of 1 to 100.

Of the three groups, Mormons received the highest favorability rating of 47%, followed by the Muslims at 41.4%. The Christian Right, on the hand, received a much lower favorability rating of 20.9%.

According to the Jewish Daily Forward, Jewish Americans’ negative view of conservative Christians in comparison to other religious groups may stem in part from political alignments.

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