I'm not sure it's that big a deal...
"Still, Mr. Sanders’s Jewishness, even in its secular style, may not be much of an issue. A Gallup poll last year found that 92 percent of Americans said they would vote for a Jewish president, double the percentage from when Gallup first asked the question in 1937, and roughly the same as those who said they would vote for a woman, an African-American, a Catholic or a Hispanic. (Only 47 percent, however, said they would vote for a socialist.)"
Clinton is hard to like, all the way around... Bernie's a lot easier to like, it's just his policies that people don't go for. I haven't really heard much of anything about religion on the Democratic side this time. If I liked either candidate and freedom of religion was not under attack, it probably wouldn't really be much of an issue.
Freedom of religion is under attack?
I didn't say it was... I said "if I liked either candidate and freedom of religion was not under attack, it probably wouldn't really be much of an issue"... meaning neither candidate were attacking my right to believe as I choose or insisting that everyone belong to one specific religion. Neither of the Democratic candidates are doing that, in which case, I don't think religion is having that much of an impact.