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Topic - Mitchell Bard
Sen. Marco Rubio met Wednesday with leaders in Israel as part of a swing through the Middle East, as the Florida Republican sought to burnish his foreign policy resume by paying tribute to the nation's top ally in the region.
"Regardless of how the internal fight shakes out in the end, ideologically there is not really any sentiment to abandon Israel," said Mitchell Bard, executive director of the nonprofit American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise.
The average Democrat in presidential races since 1916 has received 71 percent of the Jewish vote, while the average Republican received 24 percent of the vote, he said.