Jewish support for Obama up since April; Romney's popularity down
AJC poll shows the more secular the respondents, the more they prefer Obama; Republican supporters release YouTube clip conveying message that the Democratic president is bad for Israel.
Support for U.S. President Barack Obama has risen since April among Jewish Americans, while the popularity of his Republican rival, Mitt Romney, has since slid.
According to a recent national poll by the American Jewish Committee, 65 percent of U.S. Jews support Obama, while 24 percent prefer Romney. This reflects an increase in support for the Democratic president since