We Asked Our Voters: How Do You Feel About November?
As part of our Jewish Political Voices Project, Moment has been following 30 voters—3 from each of 10 battleground states—over the last 12 months as the political climate continued to shift and the pool of Democratic presidential candidates narrowed. As one of their final check-ins before casting their ballots, our voters shared their thoughts on the Trump and Biden campaigns, voting by mail and more.
Protesting, Policing and Politics: Will Our JPVP Voters Find Common Ground?
Voters Disagree on Administration’s Response to Coronavirus, but Agree on Seriousness of the Crisis
The New Politics of Anti-Semitism
It’s no surprise that virtually all of our voters say they are concerned about anti-Semitism and its effect on their families and communities.
Our Voters Voice Solid Support for Biden, but Disappointment that Race Is Now Between ‘Two Old White Guys’
With Super Tuesday behind us and the field now narrowed to former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders, we asked participants in the Jewish Political Voices Project who they now support for the Democratic nomination and their thoughts on the race thus far.
For JPVP Participants, AIPAC Was a Bipartisan Affair
Following the Nevada Caucus, Who Do Our Voters Support?
As we head into Super Tuesday, we asked participants in the Jewish Political Voices Project whether they have changed their candidate choices following the first three contests in Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada.
For Our Iowa Voters–Calm, Order and Few Hints of the Chaos to Come
Our Voters’ Top Choice for President? Whoever Has the Best Chance of Defeating Trump
The thinking typically goes like this: Support the candidate you love, and the votes will follow. But these are not normal times.