ADL-2013 2013 Survey of American Attitudes Toward Jews in America
Sponsor(s): Anti-Defamation League (ADL)
Principal Investigator(s): Inc. Marttilla Strategies
Study Dates: October 12-22, 2013
Survey sample = 1,200 American adults plus additional over-samples of both African-Americans and Hispanics.
Survey margin of error is +/- 2.8 percent for questions answered by all 1,200 respondents.
Sample Size: 1,200 American adults plus 281 an additional Hispanic Americans and 199 African-Americans
The survey was conducted with a base sample of 1,200, plus an over sample of 281 African-Americans and 199 Hispanics, bringing the over sample for both communities to 400 each.
For many questions, the survey used the technique of “split sampling,” a process in which the 1,200-person sample was split into two demographically representative national samples of 600 respondents each or three demographically representative national samples of 400 respondents.
The ADL poll measured anti-Semitic propensities using an 11-question index developed by ADL nearly 50 years ago.
The first poll, issued in 1964, found that 29 percent of Americans reported anti-Jewish attitudes
Coverage: United States
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