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Poll: Jewish voters view Trump, Cruz unfavorably

For weeks, Ted Cruz has been hammering Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump for suggesting that he would be “neutral” on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Yet despite his strong pro-Israel bona fides, and his attempt to beat Trump in the remaining contests, Cruz is the least liked candidate in the race for president among Jewish voters, according to a new 

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