shutterstock_102538181-635x357Jews are overwhelmingly supportive of same-sex marriage, according to a new survey by the Public Religion Research Institute.

Of the 724 Jews surveyed, 47 percent said they strongly favor allowing same-sex couples to marry legally and 30 percent said they favor it. Nine percent of respondents said they oppose gay marriage, and the same percentage said they strongly oppose it.

The survey, which had its results released on Wednesday, drew on 40,000 interviews among a random sample of Americans from April 2014 to early January 2015. READ FULL

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