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American support for Israel has shown a widening gap in partisan backing, a recent Pew Research Center survey finds. (Photo credit - AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP/Getty Images)

Survey: GOP, Democrats Widen Divide On Support Of Israel

For decades, Americans have overwhelmingly sided with Israel more than Palestinians in the Middle East conflict but the partisan gap between Republicans and Democrats has widened in recent years.


Obama lost some of the Christian and Protestant vote from 2008, but made major gains with non-religious and Jewish voters. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Study: Obama Captures Non-Religious Vote

President Obama lost ground among white evangelical Protestants and white Catholics in this year’s election, but religiously unaffiliated voters and Jewish voters came out in big numbers for the Democratic incumbent.


Although voters say personal religious faith is not as important in this election, more are comfortable with Romney than Obama. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Survey: Voters More Comfortable With Romney’s Faith, Doubt Obama

A majority of American voters are comfortable with Mitt Romney’s Mormon faith, but concern and doubt have increased over President Obama’s religious beliefs since 2008.