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Day 10: The Algemeiner’s Daily IBD/TIPP Jewish Vote Tracking Poll – Obama: 69.3% Romney 29.7%

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President Obama climbed yet again in today’s Algemeiner IBD/TIPP Daily Jewish Vote Aggregate Average Tracking Poll, adding 2.5 points to reach 69.3%.  Rival Mitt Romney’s numbers dropped by 2.8% to reach 29.7%, his lowest total since the first figures published by The Algemeiner. The undecided figure fell for the 9th day running, now reaching 0%, as  it appears that voters have now made their decisions.

The impact of Monday night’s third and final presidential debate may be beginning to take effect, as some of the poll’s respondents were reached on the day after it took place. The discussion was focused on foreign policy and included significant focus on matter that are of interest to Jewish voters, including, Israel’s relationship with the United States, Iran’s nuclear ambitions and the ‘Arab Spring.’

Today’s Algemeiner poll is an average of aggregated Jewish vote figures provided in the daily IBD/TIPP tracking poll over the last 10 days, and is gleaned from an approximate total sampling of 200-240 Jewish respondents. Assuming a U.S. Jewish population of 6,588,065 the confidence level of this poll is 95% with a margin of error of between 6.3% and 6.9% depending on the precise sample size.

These numbers mark the lowest level of support for a Democratic candidate since Michael Dukakis who received 64% of the Jewish vote running against George H.W. Bush in 1988, and the greatest amount of Jewish support for a Republican candidate since that same year when Bush attracted 35%.

In 2008, the IBD/TIPP Poll was crowned the most accurate.

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