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Anti-Semitic stereotypes (adults) and perceptions of anti-Semitism (Jews) (3527)

Type of Data: Anti-Semitic stereotypes (adults) and perceptions of anti-Semitism (Jews) (3527)

Faith Community: Judaism

Date: 2014, 21-22 December and 2015, 5-6 January (adults); 2014, 23 December-2015, 11 January (Jews)

Geography: Great Britain

Sample Size: 3411 (adults); 2230 (Jews)

Population: Adults aged 18 and over; self-identifying British Jews

Keywords: 1930s, anti-Semitism, authorities, better, boycotts of businesses, Britain, business, Campaign against Antisemitism, Europe, family member, Holocaust, honest, intimidation, Islamic extremism, Israel, Israeli products, Jew, Jews, Judaism, kippah, leaving Britain, long-term future, loyalty, Magen David, marriage, media, money, new people, other people, persecution, political comment, power, prejudice, protection, religious affiliation, state, sympathy, unpunished, word, YouGov

Collection Method: Online interview

Collection Agency: YouGov (adults); Campaign against Antisemitism (Jews)

Sponsor: Campaign against Antisemitism

Published Source:

  • http://antisemitism.uk/
  • http://yougov.co.uk
  • http://www.brin.ac.uk/news/2015/anti-semitism-and-islamophobia/
  • Jewish Chronicle, 23 January 2015

    BRIN ID: 3527


    The Jewish sample was self-selecting, recruited via social media and email lists. Although electronic identifiers enabled duplicate or non-UK responses to be filtered out, and although the British data were weighted to reflect the regional distribution of Jews in the population census, the results should still be treated with some caution and may not be fully representative of the Jewish community.

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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