2000 National Survey of American Jews

Sponsor(s): American Jewish Committee (AJC)

Study Dates: September 14-28, 2000

Key Findings:

AJC 2000 Annual Survey of American Jewish Public Opinion focused on American Jewish opinion re: attitudes towards Israel, American politics and policy, rating specific countries favorable or unfavorable, the UN, the Holocaust, Jewish identity, Jewish issues in the US, intermarriage with Jews and gentiles, and anti-Semitism.

Summary of findings available in Press Release, Data Summary and cross-tabulation "Banners" in downloadable files below.

Sample Size: 1,010 self-identified Jewish respondents interviewed by telephone from the Market Facts/Synovate Consumer panel.

Sample Notes:

Data are not weighted. Report indicates that the interviewed respondents are "...demographically representative of the United States adult Jewish population on a variety of measures."

Data files, banners and questionnaires on the Data Bank website are based on materials on the web site of The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, which are part of their massive collection of American public opinion research studies.

Study Notes: No interviews were conducted on the Jewish Sabbath.


Survey Reports

» 2000 AJC: Annual Survey of American Jewish Opinion

» Data Summary

Documentation, Questionnaires and Frequencies

» Questionnaire

» Banners, Part 2

» Banners, Part 1

Data Files and Data Definitions

» Zipped SPSS Data File

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