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Anti-Semitic stereotypes (adults) and perceptions of anti-Semitism (Jews) (3750)

Type of Data: Anti-Semitic stereotypes (adults) and perceptions of anti-Semitism (Jews) (3750)

Faith Community: Judaism

Date: 2016, 18-19 August (adults), 17 August-18 September (Jews)

Geography: Great Britain

Sample Size: 1660 (adults), 1857 (Jews)

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

Keywords: Anti-Semitic hate crime, anti-Semitic statements, anti-Semitism, authorities, better, boycotts of businesses, Britain, British people, business, Campaign against Antisemitism, chase money, confidence, courts, Crown Prosecution Service, Europe, far-left anti-Semitism, far-right anti-Semitism, Government, Holocaust, hostility towards Jews, intimidation, Islamist anti-Semitism, Israel, Israeli products, Jewish community, Jewish friends, Jewish people, Jews, Judaism, kippah, leaving Britain, local non-Jewish neighbours, long-term future, loyalty, media, media bias, other people, persecution, police, political agenda, political comment, political parties, politicians, power, prejudice, prosecution, protection, punish, recent political events, religious affiliation, Star of David, tolerance, trust, United Kingdom, visible signs of Judaism, welcome, YouGov, Zionism

Collection Method: Online interview

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

Sponsor: Campaign against Antisemitism

Published Source:

  • Antisemitism Barometer, 2017, London: Campaign against Antisemitism, 2017
  • http://antisemitism.uk/
  • http://yougov.co.uk

    BRIN ID: 3750


    Comparable surveys of adults and Jews were undertaken in 2015 and 2017. The Jewish sample was self-selecting, recruited via Jewish seed organizations and online networks which were used to initiate a snowballing process. It thus constituted a non-probability convenience sample. Electronic identifiers were used to filter out duplicate or other doubtful responses and those from persons aged under 18. Data were weighted by gender, age, and location to reflect the Jewish population in the 2011 census, and by religious observance according to the National Jewish Community Survey, 2013.

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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