By Natasha Mozgavaya, Haaretz Correspondent and Haaretz Service
Despite claims that that Israelis are wary of U.S. President Barack Obama, a new poll released on Tuesday shows that most American Jews view their leader and his dealings with Israel in a positive light.
According to the 2010 Annual Survey of American Jewish Opinion, conducted by the American Jewish Committee, 73 percent of American Jews characterize relations between Israel and the U.S. today as "very positive" or "positive."
In addition to this, 55 percent of American Jews approve of the way the Obama administration is handling U.S.-Israel relations.
In polls quoted in a New York Times article by former American Jewish Congress national director Henry Siegman from a few months prior, Obama is supported by only between 6 to ten percent of the Israeli public.
Despite American Jews' positive outlook o
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