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Jewish identity, observance, and attitudes (3359)

Type of Data: Jewish identity, observance, and attitudes (3359)

Faith Community: Judaism

Date: 2013, 6 June-15 July

Geography: United Kingdom

Sample Size: 3736

Population: Self-identifying Jews aged 16 and over

Keywords: Anti-Semitism, care preferences, charitable giving, children’s welfare, denominational switching, dietary laws, education, faith schools, festivals, Holocaust, intermarriage, Israel, Jewish identity, Jewish people, Jewish schools, kashrut, moral and ethical behaviour, Passover, Pesach, Sabbath, social isolation, social justice, state of health, synagogue attendance, Yom Kippur

Collection Method: Online interview

Collection Agency: Ipsos MORI

Sponsor: Institute for Jewish Policy Research, with funding from the Pears Foundation and a consortium of Jewish organizations

Published Source:

  • David Graham, Laura Staetsky, and Jonathan Boyd, Jews in the United Kingdom in 2013: Preliminary Findings from the National Jewish Community Survey, London: Institute for Jewish Policy Research, 2014
  • Jewish Chronicle, 31 January 2014

    BRIN ID: 3359


    This was a self-selecting and non-probability convenience sample, recruited by snowballing techniques through over 20 seed organizations in the Jewish community. Weights were applied for age, sex, and synagogue affiliation in order to help correct for potential sample bias. A control survey was also run, via Ipsos MORI’s own online panel, which elicited 305 responses.

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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