Gallup: Jews, Muslims Come Together On Obama
A Gallup poll out May 1st suggests Jews and Muslims can agree on one thing: President Obama is doing a good job. In a poll of Americans affiliated with major U.S. religions on Obama's first 100 days, Jews and Muslims gave Obama the highest approval ratings at 85% and 79% respectively. Roman Catholics and Protestants were supportive but not quite as ecstatic, at 67% and 58% respectively. Obama also found broad support -- 73% approval -- from Americans with no religious affiliation, including those calling themselves atheists or agnostics.