In the book, she notes that the NRA is more successful than comparable immigration restrictionist outfits are because it lends its support entirely based on the issue it exists to fight for, while groups like NumbersUSA do everything they can to appear racially and culturally inclusive at the expense of what appeals to many restrictionists. In that spirit, she has now clearly reached the point where she sees everything through a National Question lens. In this spirit, she rhetorically asked what the point of all the Israel pandering was without a corresponding pledge to close the southern border given the coolness with which Hispanics in the US view Israel.
In its first couple decades, the GSS asked fun questions about how respondents felt about several countries. The last time the item was included was in 1994, so the responses are dated, but the following table shows mean hostility scores by ethnicity. Data are only included for ethnicities with samples of at least 150. The higher the value, the less favorably inclined respondents of each ethnicity are towards the state of Israel:
About half of those in the US who identify as ancestrally Russian are Jewish, so these amiable feelings are not surprising.
See also a post from several years ago entitled Hispanic Deluge Bad News for Jews.
GSS variables used: ETHNIC, ISRAEL