Survey Finds 1 In 4 Adults Anti-Semitic

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Survey Finds 1 In 4 Adults Anti-Semitic

According to a new study commissioned by the Anti-Defamation League that surveyed more than 53,000 people worldwide, 1 in 4 adults across the globe are “deeply infected with anti-Semitic attitudes.” What do you think?

  • “Well, sure, people are going to tell you they’re deeply anti-Semitic if you ask them about it.”

    Morgan Doherty
    Camp Counselor
  • “This must come as a huge shock to the Jewish people.”

    Heather Bertrang
    Bike Rental Manager
  • “All I know is that I’m feeling a little excluded since I wasn’t one of the 53,000 included in the survey.”

    Richard Purham
    Systems Analyst