Jewish Identity in the US, 2020
Jews by religion - 73%
Jews of no religion - 27%
U.S. Jewish Identity, by age
Percent of respondents who said the following statements are true or false
Jews stick together more than other Americans.
Jews in business go out of their way to hire other Jews.
Jews are more loyal to Israel than to America.
Jews always like to be at the head of things.
Jews do not share my values.
Jews have too much power in the business world.
Jews in business are so shrewd that other people do not have a fair chance at competition.
Jews have too much control and influence on Wall Street.
Jews don't care what happens to anyone but their own kind.
Jews have too much power in the United States today.
Jews are more willing than others to use shady practices to get what they want.
Jews have a lot of irritating faults.
Jews are not warm and friendly.
Jews are not as honest as other business people.
Compared with older Jews, youngest Jewish adults include larger shares of both Orthodox and people with no denominational identity
% of U.S. Jews who are...
Denominational identification by age: