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The 1991 Jewish Population Survey of Southern New Jersey
Principal Investigator(s): Jacob B. Ukeles
Study Dates: Fall, Winter 1991 survey.
Study areas included Cherry Hill (NJ), the center of the tri-county Jewish community, as well as the remainder of Camden County (NJ), and adjacent Burlington and Gloucester Counties.
Estimated 49,200 Jewish persons live in 24,000 Jewish households (HH) in the Study area. Report does not include an estimate of non-Jewish HH members.
Adult Jewish Households in Camden County (including Cherry Hill), Burlington, and Gloucester Counties, New Jersey
Sample Size: 739 completed 20+ minute interviews. Main Report has detailed methodological discussion of interviewing process.
Study combined RDD (random digit dialing) surveying inside Cherry Hill, and random interviews from Jewish community lists (mostly the Federation list). "Periphery" interviews not based on RDD design given costs, and use of violunteer interviewers for the Study.
See detailed methodological discussion in Report chapters and Appendix 3.
Data are not weighted to project to number of Jewish households in the area. "FinlWegh" should be used for analysis; N=1,414 with this weight variable, even though this weight variable does not completely adjust for oversampling issues.