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The 2000 American Rabbi Study Database

This 2000 study of American Judaism was conducted to parallel the 2000 Cooperative Clergy Study. The survey collected data on rabbi political attitudes, activism, speech, and electoral choices, as well as thoughts on the role of religion in society, attitudes on issues related to Jewish law and unity, ratings of and membership in Jewish and secular political organizations, personal attributes, and various aspects of congregations. Access and search the data, available on the website of the Association of Religion Data Archives.



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