AJC (American Jewish Committee) Annual Surveys of American Jewish Public Opinion

Sponsor(s): American Jewish Committee (AJC)

Study Dates: 1995 Through 2013

Key Findings:

The American Jewish Committee's annual surveys of American Jewish public opinion  -  often called the AJC Polls -  are an important data source for the analysis of Jewish opinions and attitudes.  The DataBank has archived materials from a number of years; data files are available for many, but not all of the AJC polls. The latest poll was conducted in 2017.

Links to the DataBank archives of the AJC surveys are listed below -  by year -  and are also available on the left side of this page.  The AJC surveys of American Public Opinion were often conducted during the early Fall months.

Topics covered have changed over time, but typically include attitudes towards current political issues relevant to Jewish life in America, Israel and peace, anti-semitism and the public perception of Jews, etc.  Questions asked and frequency responses in tabular and chart form are usually included in the AJC poll reports

The DataBank archives include materials from:

♦ 1995   

♦ 1998      

♦ 2000     

♦ 2001     

♦ 2002    

♦ 2003


♦ 2005,    

♦ 2006,   

♦ 2007,     

♦ 2008,      

♦ 2009,     

♦ Spring 2010,        

♦ 2011,    

♦ 2012,

♦ 2013.







Language: English


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