It will probably come as a surprise to some people here that American Jews are hardly a monolith. This is true of all groups though. 2/3rds to 3/4ths of American Jews are Democrats. In spite of giving Bibi Netanyahu virtually everything he wanted, Jexodus failed to materialize in 2020.
Why didn’t Jexodus happen?
Orthodox Jews and Reform Jews don’t think they have much in common. Both groups feel closer to Israel than to each other. Orthodox Jews are also staying Jewish and having larger numbers of Jewish children while the non-Orthodox are marrying Gentiles and vanishing.
“Members of different branches of American Judaism generally do not feel they have “a lot” in common with one another. About half of Orthodox Jews in the U.S. say they have “not much” (23%) or “nothing at all” (26%) in common with Reform Jews, and a majority of Reform Jews reciprocate those feelings: 39% say they have “not much” in common with the Orthodox and 21% say they have “nothing at all” in common. Just 9% of Orthodox Jews feel they have “a lot” in common with Reform Jews and vice versa. In fact, both groups are more likely to express feelings of commonality toward Jews in Israel than toward each other. …
About four-in-ten married Jews (42%) have a non-Jewish spouse, but intermarriage rates differ within subgroups. For example, intermarriage is almost nonexistent among married Orthodox Jews (2%), while nearly half of all non-Orthodox Jews who are married say their spouse is not Jewish (47%). Intermarriage is more common among those who have married in recent years: Among Jewish respondents who got married since the beginning of 2010, 61% have a non-Jewish spouse, compared with 18% of Jews who got married before 1980. Intermarriage also is more common among Jews who are themselves the offspring of intermarried parents: Among married Jews who say they have one Jewish parent, 82% have a non-Jewish spouse, compared with 34% of those who report that both of their parents were Jewish. …”
Orthodox Jews are Republicans. Reform Jews are Democrats. Jewish atheists are also Democrats and tend to be the most progressive and heavily involved in social justice causes. Orthodox Jews feel significantly more invested in MIGA and Israel than the non-Orthodox.