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Knowledge of and support for QAnon and other conspiracy theories (4094)

Type of Data: Knowledge of and support for QAnon and other conspiracy theories (4094)

Faith Community: General, Judaism, Satanism

Date: 2020, 8-11 September

Geography: Great Britain

Sample Size: 2000

Population: Adults aged 18 and over

Keywords: Against good of general population, anti-Semitism, conspiracy theories, disproportionate control of powerful institutions, Donald Trump, Hanbury Strategy, Hope Not Hate, influential elites, Jews, own benefit, paedophilia, QAnon, Satanism, secret satanic cults

Collection Method: Online interview

Collection Agency: Hanbury Strategy

Sponsor: Hope Not Hate

Published Source:

  • David Lawrence and Gregory Davis, QAnon in the UK: The Growth of a Movement, London: Hope Not Hate Charitable Trust, 2020, pp. 27–31

    BRIN ID: 4094


    QAnon is a conspiracy theory, originating with the US far-right in 2017, which alleged that then US President Donald Trump was waging a secret war against a cabal of powerful satanic paedophiles who were supposedly kidnapping, torturing, and even cannibalizing children on a vast scale. QAnon subsequently grew exponentially on social media platforms and in web forums. Anti-Semitic tropes became an integral part of the theory.

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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