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The 1999 Jewish Federation of (West) Palm Beach County Jewish Community Study
Sponsor(s): Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Principal Investigator(s): Ira M. Sheskin
Study Dates: February 2-22, 1999
An additional 7,300 non-Jews live in these Jewish households; thus, the total number of people living in Jewish households is just under 102,000 (another 500 Jews res
The total number of people living in West Palm Beach population in Jewish households increased from 9,000 in 1970, to 55,000 in 1980, to 89,000 in 1993, and to 102,000 in 1999.
In 1999, Palm Beach County was the twelfth largest Jewish community in the United States.
Sample Size: 1,008 Random Digit Dialed interviews.
A Jewish household was defined as one that contained someone who was born, raised, or is currently Jewish.
The sampling universe excludes the South Palm Beach County communities: Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Highland Beach from the data presented in the reports on West Palm Beach in 1999.
Weighted N=963 based on an adjustment for the number of telephone lines in interviewed Jewish households using weight factor "wf" - the weighted Ns are 514 on Federation List and 448 not on the list.
Data are not weighted to extrapolate to the estimated number of Jewish households, etc.
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