The 2002 Pittsburgh Jewish Community Study
Jewish Healthcare Foundation,
United Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh
Jacob B. Ukeles,
November 8, 2001 - February 1, 2002
An estimated 42,200 Jewish persons live in 20,900 Jewish households in the Greater Pittsburgh Study area. Including non-Jews, the total number of people living in these households is approximately 54,200.
Adult Jewish Households in Greater Pittsburgh. Allegheny County, including the City of Pittsburgh was the major focus of the survey, although some interviews were completed in Western Westmoreland County, Beaver County, Butler County and Washington County.
1313 completed telephone intefviews.
Data are weighted to extrapolate to the number of Jewish households and Jewish persons in Greater Pittsburgh.
Methodological details in Technical Appendix.
- "HHWeight" extrapolates to 20,940 households precisely.
- "JewWeight" extrapolates to 42,166 Jewish persons in these households.
- "Popweight" extrapolates data to the 54,243 people (Jews and non-Jews) living in Jewish households.