Attitudes to allegations of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party including Jeremy Corbyn’s suspension from it (4104)
Type of Data: Attitudes to allegations of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party including Jeremy Corbyn’s suspension from it (4104)
Faith Community: Islam, Judaism
Date: 2020, 29-30 October
Geography: Great Britain
Sample Size: 1891
Population: Adults aged 18 and over
Keywords: Alleged anti-Semitism, Conservative Party, Equality and Human Rights Commission, handled the issue, institutionally anti-Semitic, institutionally Islamophobic, Islamophobia, Jeremy Corbyn, Keir Starmer, Labour Party, personally anti-Semitic, religious prejudice, right decision, suspension, wrong decision, YouGov
Collection Method: Online interview
Collection Agency: YouGov
BRIN ID: 4104
The poll was conducted in the aftermath of the publication, on 29 October 2020, of a critical report from the Equality and Human Rights Commission on its investigation into allegations of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party (and which had ruled the party to have breached the Equality Act 2010). Soon afterwards, Jeremy Corbyn (the party’s former leader) was suspended from the party following his immediate public response to the report, which appeared to have downplayed the extent of anti-Semitism in the party.
Posted by: Clive D. Field
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