The questions about American Jews and Jews in general show almost no party differences.

Few Americans in either party think the Holocaust is a myth (7 percent overall tend to agree with this) or that its impact has been exaggerated (9 percent say it has). More (14%) say Jews believe they are better than other people and 18 percent agree that the interests of Jews in the United States are different from the interests of the rest of the population. But there isn’t much of a party difference on those questions.

But mention Israel and the party differences emerge. Democrats and Republicans overwhelmingly agree that Jews have made a positive contribution to American society, but take very different views when asked whether the state of Israel makes a positive contribution to the global society. The small difference between born-again Republicans and other Republicans on the first question is much larger on the second.