>>Wow, that 8-9% is an an extraordinarily high estimate. Is that Florida only?
Florida only. While Jews are about 4-5% of the population there, their demographics are higher than average in voter age group, and turnout has been measured as high as a whopping 96%!
It’s hard to say of course, how much of the Jewish vote will swing. In Florida some people are hoping for over 25% - that does not seem realistic. Personally I would be surprised if it was much less than 20%, though.
Hard to believe it is that high, what with the large numbers of elderly Jews, some of whom are demented or otherwise disabled to the point that they can't participate. Who drags all these people into the polls? Is there a lot of surrogate voting for them by the local 'rat machines?