(Boston Globe) Jews and Evangelical Christians have a bit of a one-sided relationship, according to a new poll from Pew surveying religious group's opinions of other religions. Evangelicals have very warm feelings toward Jews. Jews do not reciprocate that warmth.
The Pew poll asked people of varying religions to rate their feelings about other religions on a "feeling thermometer" from 0 to 100, with ‘0' as cold/negative and ‘100' as hot/positive. Among all responses, both Jews and Evangelical Christians were two of the three most warmly rated: Jews at 63 degrees and Evangelicals at 61 on average.
But looking closer at how each religion rated other religions, there's an awkward split.
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