Perceived appropriateness of Chief Rabbi’s intervention in the general election (4017)
Type of Data: Perceived appropriateness of Chief Rabbi’s intervention in the general election (4017)
Faith Community: Judaism
Date: 2019, 26 November
Geography: Great Britain
Sample Size: 1329
Population: Adults aged 18 and over
Keywords: Anti-Semitism, Chief Rabbi, comment, Ephraim Mirvis, general election, Labour Party, politics, record, right, vote with conscience, wrong, YouGov
Collection Method: Online interview
Collection Agency: YouGov
BRIN ID: 4017
The Chief Rabbi of the UK, Ephraim Mirvis, had published a forthright article in The Times on 26 November 2019, subsequently reprinted in the Jewish Chronicle on 29 November 2019, in which he dismissed as ‘a mendacious fiction’ the Labour leadership’s claims to be doing everything possible to tackle anti-Semitism in the Party, and raised questions about Jeremy Corbyn’s fitness for high office.
Posted by: Clive D. Field
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