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Anti-Semitic stereotypes (adults) and perceptions of anti-Semitism (Jews) (4202)

Type of Data: Anti-Semitic stereotypes (adults) and perceptions of anti-Semitism (Jews) (4202)

Faith Community: Judaism

Date: 2021, 19-20 December (adults), 17 August-1 October (Jews)

Geography: Great Britain

Sample Size: 1790 (adults), 1666 (Jews)

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

Keywords: Anti-Semitic hate crime, anti-Semitism, anti-Zionism, anti-Zionist anti-Semitism, authorities, bad influence on democracy, boycotts of businesses, business, Campaign against Antisemitism, chase money, comfortable spending time, complaints relating to anti-Semitism, connection to Israel, control the media, courts, Crown Prosecution Service, Daniel Allington, Europe, far-left, far-right, Generalised Antisemitism Scale, get away with anything, Government, Hamas, Holocaust, homeland for Jewish people, International Definition of Antisemitism, intimidation, Islamists, Israel, Israeli products, Jewish community, Jewish friends, Jewish people, Jews, Judaism, Judeophobic anti-Semitism, King’s College London, kippah, Labour Party, leaving Britain, local non-Jewish neighbours, long-term future, loyal to Britain, media, media bias, Nazis, other British people, Palestinians, people who openly support Israel, persecution, police, political agenda, political comment, political parties, politicians, power, problem, prosecution, punish, religious dress, religious prejudice, right to defend itself, right to exist, social media, spending time, Star of David, stereotypes, threat, tolerance, tropes, trust, universities, visible signs of Judaism, welcome, YouGov, Zionism

Collection Method: Online interview

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

Sponsor: Campaign against Antisemitism in collaboration with King’s College London

Published Source:

  • Antisemitism Barometer, 2021, London: Campaign against Antisemitism, 2022
  • https://antisemitism.uk/
  • https://yougov.co.uk/

    BRIN ID: 4202


    Comparable surveys of adults and Jews were undertaken annually between 2015 and 2020. The questionnaire for adults was extended from 2019 to incorporate the range of anti-Zionist examples included in the International Definition of Antisemitism (International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance Working Definition of Antisemitism). 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 denomination according to the National Jewish Community Survey, 2013.

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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