September 28, 2017
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 antisemitism, among other issues. To read the entire article from the Cleveland Jewish News, click here. To view the entire survey, click here.