Although Jews are a relatively small percentage of the US population, the Jewish vote is a significant percentage of the voting population. This chart examines the Jewish vote in the recent primary states. The data suggests that Democratic Jewish voters have not coalesced around a presidential candidate. Hillary Clinton won the Jewish vote in New York, New Jersey, Nevada, Arizona, and Florida. Barack Obama won the Jewish vote in Massachusetts, Connecticut and California. For other states which have already had primaries or caucuses, either there was no exit polling or the Jewish percentage of the vote was not statistically significant. The Republican Jewish vote thus far has been too small to analyze voters' candidate preference.
Complete polling data can be found here. Florida's results can be found here . Please note that because the sample sizes are relatively small and the margin or error is significant, these results may not be precise. However, we believe that the general trend reflected in these numbers is instructive.
As the election cycle continues, we will post our ongoing analysis of the Jewish vote.