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I contacted Pew Research for a deeper understanding as to whether it's Jewish men or women who are more likely to intermarry.
The previous study by the NJPS suggested that Jewish women are less likely to intermarry, citing a higher sense of Jewish spirituality and greater desire to marry within. "Jewish women are slightly more likely to be intermarried than Jewish men," Liga Plaveniece, Communications Associate, Religion & Public Life Project, Pew Research Center, explained exclusively to me via email.
And like many never-married Jewish women, Sara is not alone in her consideration of later-age intermarriage.
My family is not what I imagined, but it's so wonderful." As Jacob tugged on her necklace, Lianne added: "I am so grateful for this little guy, and for Mark, and to have been able to maintain a Jewish household as my parents did and their parents did." Earlier today, Pew Research released A Portrait of American Jewry, the first study of American Jewish life in over 10 years.
It seems love and marriage are more elusive than ever before for Jewish women and men in America.
But I have heard from my Jewish friends, both men and women, that as they near or pass age 40, they are less inclined to exclusively marry a Jew, even if they had always planned to.
Sara, 41, is an entrepreneur who began dating non-Jewish men in her late thirties.
"But not all choices, no matter how good our intentions, have the outcome we hope for or expect." Lianne's husband, Mark, a secular Jew, is an equal partner to his wife in many ways.