So few Jews, so much clout in U.S. polls
Jews make up only 2 percent of the U.S. population, so why are their votes considered so important?
"To be pro-Israel doesn't mean to be unconditionally pro-Likud." Such is the conflict many American Jews grapple with as they prepare to head to the polls on Tuesday to help choose the next president of the United States. It is the same sentiment that Barack Obama himself expressed in 2008 when he met with Jewish community leaders in Cleveland.