Louisville 1991 Demographic and Attitudinal Survey
Jewish Community Federation of Louisville, KY
Gary A Tobin,
The Jewish household population of Louisville is estimated to be 8,500, living in an estimated 3,400 Jewish households; an additional 200 Jews are estimated to be living in group or institutionalized settings.
Adult Jewish households in the Greater Louisville area. The Jewish "population" estimate more than likely includes non-Jewish spouses married to Jewish partners, and children who may not be being raised as Jews.
427 Jewish Households completed a telephone interview between December 1990 to February 1991.
The 1991 Report also includes data from 10 focus groups completed for the study: four on the needs of the elderly, two on Jewish education needs, and four on funding and volunteerism. Qualitative data from the focus groups were used along with the survey data to develop a series of Policy Recommendations for the Louisville Jewish community.