In Stewart Ain’s article, “Social Justice Still Drives Jewish Agenda” (April 6), he points out that Israel is not high on the priority of American Jews according to the survey that was taken. The survey is flawed because of the small number of people surveyed.
Conducting a survey of only 1,004 Jews is hardly a representation of how American Jews think. I would like to see a much more thorough survey that would ask questions of at least 100 Jews in each of our 50 states for a total of 5,000. I would include Jews not only living in large cities but also those living in small ones and rural America as well.
Then we can make a much more precise conclusion as to where our people stand on political and economic issues.