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ADL Global 100: An Index of Anti-Semitism

The Global Anti-Semitism Index is the most extensive such poll ever conducted, involving 102 countries and territories. It provides important insights into national and regional attitudes toward Jews, the levels of acceptance of anti-Semitic stereotypes and knowledge of the Holocaust.  

The Index is wide-ranging, and was conducted in 96 languages and dialects in countries with significant Jewish populations, in countries which once had Jewish populations, and in countries which never had significant Jewish populations. The findings allow us to not only better understand the magnitude of anti-Semitism around the world, but to assess where it is most problematic, how pervasive it is in certain regions, and exactly which anti-Jewish beliefs are the most seriously entrenched.

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Op-Ed: New Data on Anti-Semitism Worldwide

We approach this project with a sense of pride, but also humility, knowing that it provides direction rather than definitive answers.  The ADL Global 100 survey will form a baseline for further consideration of anti-Semitism and Holocaust awareness.

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FAQs on the ADL Global 100 Index of Anti-Semitism

Do you have questions about the ADL Global 100? Want to know why ADL conducted this poll? How we determined the results? What we plan to do with the data? What are the main takeaways? Then click below to read the FAQs.

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In Focus: ADL Global 100 Index

The Index examined anti-Semitic attitudes and views toward Jews in seven regions around the world. Below is an in-focus look at the regions polled: