Perceptions of antisemitism

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Series Details 484
Publication Date January 2018
ISBN 978-92-79-98758-8
EC DS-02-19-006-EN-N


This Special Eurobarometer survey on 'perceptions of antisemitism' was carried out in December 2018 and presents a snapshot of the way European perceive antisemitism.

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The Report shows that perceptions among Europeans on this issue are very divided - while every other European considers Antisemitism to be a problem in their country, 4 in 10 Europeans actually do not consider it to be an issue in their country. The results also show that there is a perception gap on Antisemitism: while 89% of Jews say that Antisemitism significantly increased over a period of 5 years, only 36% of the general public consider it has indeed increased.

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The Sofia Globe, 22.01.19: Only one in 10 people in Bulgaria sees antisemitism as a problem in the country – Eurobarometer poll, 22.01.19: 14% of Latvian residents think antisemitism is a problem

European Commission: Commissioner Jourovà: Countering the old disease Antisemitism in Europe - ways forward, 22 January 2019
European Commission: Q&A - Eurobarometer survey on Antisemitism in Europe

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