For most of the twentieth century, Jews voted overwhelmingly for Democrats. Over the last few decades, there has been a slow shifting as more Jews voted for Republicans (I suspect a lot of them were "Reagan Democrats" but I haven't looked into the statistics too carefully). There have always been prominent Jewish leaders in both parties, but the average Jew was usually a Democrat. That is certainly still the case although each party disputes the data favored by the others. Republicans have been trying to use Jews as a swing-vote in tight races.
I leave my well-educated, independent-minded readers to decide for yourself.
Here are sites for Jewish organizations that support each major party:
National Jewish Democratic Council
Republican Jewish Coalition
National Party Info:
Democratic National Committee Faith-In-Action
Republican National Committee Faith & Values Team
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