May 30, 2014
The Anti-Defamation League released the results of an unprecedented worldwide survey of anti-Semitic attitudes. The ADL Global 100: An Index of Anti-Semitism surveyed 53,100 adults in 102 countries and territories in an effort to establish, for the first time, a comprehensive data-based research survey of the level and intensity of anti-Jewish sentiment across the world.
See the Results Released in 18 Languages
- 55 percent of Germans responded "probably true" to questions of Jewish loyalty to Israel over Germany
"For the first time we have a real sense of how pervasive and persistent anti-Semitism is today around the world. The data from enables us to look beyond anti-Semitic incidents and rhetoric and quantify the prevalence of anti-Semitic attitudes across the globe."
—Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director
"We are especially troubled that the stereotypes about Jews which received the most support worldwide were those generating dangerous political anti-Semitism, including the beliefs that Jews are more loyal to Israel than to their own countries, that Jews have too much power in the business world, or that Jews have too much influence in finance."
—Barry Curtiss-Lusher, ADL National Chair