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Survey of Heritage and Religious Identification 2002
Sponsor(s): Institute for Jewish and Community Research
Study Dates: July 31-November 7, 2001, March 4-June 11, 2002
The Study of Heritage and Religious Identification is often called the HARI study.
The HARI Report estimates that there are 6,002,000 Jews in the United States.
In addition, the report estimates there are another 2,487,000 "connected non-Jewish adults" , and 4,246,000 adults of Jewish heritage. The HARI estimate of the three groups combined is 12,735,000 (including current Jews, the non-connected Jewish adults and adults of Jewish heritage).
Two reports summarize the study's findings (download available on right).
- Surveying the Jewish Population of the United States, 2003 and
- The Decline of Religious Identity in the United States, 2004
Sample Size: 10,204 RDD respondents (Jewish and not Jewish)
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