Boston.Com Reports: There is no doubt that a majority of Jews nationwide and in Florida will vote for President Obama, said CNN senior political analyst Bill Schneider, but the question is whether Republican challenger Mitt Romney can cut into the 78 percent support Obama received in winning the Sunshine State four years ago.
“The answer is yes,” Schneider said in an interview before he traveled to Boston to speak at the New Center for Arts & Culture, a Jewish programming hub. “If he were the same Mitt Romney that was governor of Massachusetts, he could win more Jewish voters. But many Jewish voters, like others, don’t trust him.”
Schneider said he expects Obama’s Jewish support level to dip into the 60s in Florida, tightening the race.