AJC surveyed a national sample of 1,000 Jews over age 18 between Aug. 10-28 via telephone. The survey is conducted each year and was released Sept. 13.

“For more than 20 years, AJC’s annual survey gauges the thinking of American Jews nationally on a wide range of issues of concern to our community,” said Lee C. Shapiro, Cleveland regional director of AJC. 

This year's survey highlights a difference in worldview between Orthodox and non-Orthodox Jews and  an increase in concern about anti-Semitism, among other issues.  To read the entire article from the Cleveland Jewish News, click here.  To view the entire survey, click here.

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