David Singer is AJC's director of research and editor of the American Jewish Year Book.
Singer organizes, supervises, and reports on AJC research projects related to anti-Semitism, attitudes toward Israel, Jewish political behavior, and Jewish identity studies. In recent years, Singer has organized public opinion polls in more than a dozen countries, all focusing on attitudes toward Jews, Israel, and the Holocaust.
Singer has written for a wide variety of periodicals and scholarly journals. His articles have appeared in Commentary, Midstream, American Quarterly, and Tradition.
He earned his bachelor's degree at Yeshiva University and his doctorate at Brown University. Singer speaks on the following topics: Jewish political behavior; the uniqueness of the American Jewish experience; knowledge and remembrance of the Holocaust; AJC's Annual Survey of American Jewish Opinion; myths and facts about anti-Semitism; and anti-Semitism in the U.S in Europe.