Winning New York's Jewish vote
Once a wildly popular mayor among Jewish voters, Michael Bloomberg has managed to alienate himself from middle class Jews; his fiercest critic, Bill de Blasio, is now stepping in.
The Jews of New York like Mayor Bloomberg. As Josh Nathan-Kazis notes in the Forward, 64% of New York City Jewish voters think that the outgoing Bloomberg is doing an “excellent” or “good” job, compared with just 45% of registered voters overall.
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