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Jewish Community Study of New York, 2002
Sponsor(s): UJA-Federation of New York
An estimated 1,412,000 Jewish persons lived in 643,000 Jewish households in the eight-county area in 2002. The total number of people living in New York Jewish households was 1,667,000 (including 255,000 non-Jewish persons).
Jewish Households in the UJA-Federation New York eight-county area: the five boroughs/counties of New York City (The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island) and three suburban New York State counties: Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester.
Sample Size: 4,533 Interviews completed with Jewish households from March-September, 2002; interviews were completed with 75% of the 6,035 Jewish households identified in the screening process.
Coverage: New York, New York
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