Jewish experiences of the Covid-19 pandemic (4122)
Type of Data: Jewish experiences of the Covid-19 pandemic (4122)
Faith Community: Judaism
Date: 2020, 9-31 July
Geography: United Kingdom
Sample Size: 6984
Population: Self-identifying Jews aged 16 and over
Keywords: Acute disadvantage, coronavirus, Covid-19, employment, household finances, Institute for Jewish Policy Research, Jewish activities and events, Jewish community income, Jews, long Covid symptoms, mental health
Collection Method: Online interview
Collection Agency: Institute for Jewish Policy Research
BRIN ID: 4122
The sample was self-selecting, recruited via emails and e-newsletters sent out by Jewish communal organizations and synagogues, social media, word of mouth, or referrals from participants. The sample was thus potentially not fully representative of the universe, although results were weighted by age, gender, and geography to match the profile of the UK Jewish community in the 2011 census. Findings were published in a series of six online Coronavirus Papers.
Posted by: Clive D. Field
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