BJPA Poll of Jewish Leaders: Egyption Uprising, 2011

Sponsor(s): Berman Jewish Policy Archive at NYU Wagner (BJPA)

Principal Investigator(s): Steven M. Cohen, Samuel Abrams

Study Dates: March 13-14, 2011

Key Findings: Overnight poll of American Jewish leaders (March 13-14, 2011) focuses on measuring American Jewish leaders reaction to the Egyptian uprising.

"A BJPA survey finds that American Jewish leaders are of two minds about recent developments in Egypt -- i.e., the popular uprising that resulted in the end of the presidency of strongman Hosni Mubarak. On the one hand, American Jewish leaders warmly greet the apparent turn to democracy and human rights. At the same time, they are unsure of the implications for Israel and the Jewish state’s long-standing peace treaty with Egypt. Moreover, reactions split sharply along political lines."

Basic findings are analyzed by denominational preference and for the U.S. sample: political party preference and political orientation.

Appropriate cautions on interpreting results of poll included in the brief PDF summary, which includes data tables.

Sample Size: 1,859 Internet Surveys

Sample Notes:

Internet Survey conducted pro bono by Dr. Ezra Kopelowitz of Research Success Technologies, Israel.

Data file is not weighted: includes answers from 1,859 Internet Surveys, of which 1,824 were completes and 35 partials.

Questionnaire modified slightly by Data Bank to include numbering of questions to match data file. Personal identifying information deleted.

Study Notes: Report notes that survey was completed as an "overnight poll" on March 13-14, 2011(before the role of the Muslim Brotherhood "...came into sharper focus.")

Downloads

Survey Reports

» Main Report
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Documentation, Questionnaires and Frequencies

» Questionnaire
(PDF)

Data Files and Data Definitions

» Zipped SPSS Data File
(ZIP)

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