"WASHINGTON (JTA) — Jewish student leaders may be strident in their Israel advocacy, but they are tolerant in defining pro-Israel activism and diverse in their political views.
Those are among the major findings of a new survey being billed as the first major study of North American young adult leaders involved in pro-Israel advocacy.
Of the 4,000 or so Israel advocates age 30 and younger who were surveyed, 87 percent said they welcomed "multiple perspectives" on the pro-Israel spectrum. Ideologically speaking, 45 percent self-identified as either politically liberal or slightly liberal; 30 percent said they were conservative or slightly conservative; and 21 percent called themselves moderate. Four percent said they were extremely conservative and 2 percent said they were extremely liberal."
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