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Jewish experiences and perceptions of hate crime, discrimination, and anti-Semitism (3892)

Type of Data: Jewish experiences and perceptions of hate crime, discrimination, and anti-Semitism (3892)

Faith Community: Judaism

Date: 2018, May-June

Geography: Great Britain. Part of multinational survey

Sample Size: 4731

Population: Self-identifying Jews aged 16 and over, whether defined by religion or some other attribute

Keywords: Anti-Semitic incidents, anti-Semitism, Arab-Israeli conflict, circumcision, discrimination, emigration, European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, government, harassment, hate crime, Holocaust, Institute for Jewish Policy Research, intolerance towards Muslims, Ipsos MORI, Islamophobia, Israel, Jewish practices, Jewish school, Jews, Muslims, offensive comments, offensive gestures, physical attack, police, problem, religious dress, rights awareness, safe, self-assessed religiosity, shechita, strength of Jewish identity, traditional slaughter, vandalism, verbal insights, violence

Collection Method: Online interview

Collection Agency: Institute for Jewish Policy Research and Ipsos MORI

Sponsor: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)

Published Source:

  • European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, Experiences and Perceptions of Antisemitism: Second Survey on Discrimination and Hate Crime against Jews in the EU, Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2018

    BRIN ID: 3892


    Multinational survey, also undertaken in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and The Netherlands. The sample was self-selecting, the survey being of the open, opt-in type, publicized on the FRA website and via Jewish organizations, Jewish media outlets, and social networks. FRA’s first survey on discrimination and hate crime against Jews occurred in 2012, including in Great Britain.

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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