A new Gallup poll suggests most Americans vastly overestimate how large the gay community is in the United States. According to the survey, released Thursday, a majority of people believe close to one in four Americans have continuously overestimated the size of the gay population in recent years—estimating Only about 4. But in this most recent poll, conducted in May, just 9 percent of respondents estimated under 5 percent. Another 11 percent guessed between 5 and 10 percent.
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Jewish Population in the United States by State
The term may also be used in reference to the descendants of the Yemenite Jewish community. After several waves of persecution throughout Yemen, the vast majority of Yemenite Jews now live in Israel , while smaller communities live in the United States and elsewhere. Only a handful remain in Yemen. The few remaining Jews experience intense, and at times violent, anti-Semitism on a daily basis. Yemenite Jews have a unique religious tradition that distinguishes them from Ashkenazi Jews , Sephardi Jews , and other Jewish groups. They have been described as " the most Jewish of all Jews " and "the ones who have preserved the Hebrew language the best".
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Jews in America: By the numbers
The German Nazis deported to Auschwitz at least 1. Of that amount, thousand were registered and incarcerated in the concentration camp as prisoners while thousand were murdered in the gas chambers on arrival. Number of deportees. Percentage of the total number of deportees.
The subject of homosexuality and Judaism dates back to the Torah. The book of Vayikra Leviticus is traditionally regarded as classifying sexual intercourse between males as a to'eivah something abhorred or detested that can be subject to capital punishment by the currently non-existent Sanhedrin under halakha Jewish law. The issue has been a subject of contention within modern Jewish denominations , and has led to debate and division. Traditionally, Judaism has understood homosexual male intercourse as contrary to Judaism, and this opinion is still maintained by Orthodox Judaism.