Ira M. Sheskin | Greater Miami Jewish Federation , 2014
The 2014 Greater Miami Jewish Federation Population Study results are based on 2,020 interviews conducted during January and February, 2014.
Population estimates: 55,700 Jewish households, 123,200 Jewish persons and 6,500 non-Jewish persons (total of 129,700 people) live in the Greater Miami area.
Jewish population has increased 9% over the previous stdy in 2004.
The initial survey results were reported in October, 2014. Portions of the study summary on the Federation's website are highlighted below:
Study Shows Growth, Increased Diversity, Highly Connected Community
According to the study, the population of the Miami Jewish community has increased by 9 percent during the past decade, reversing about 30 years of decline. More than 123,000 Jews now live in Miami-Dade County, making Miami the eleventh largest Jewish community in the U.S.
The Country’s Most Diverse Jewish Population
The Federation’s study also found that Miami’s Jewish population has become increasingly diverse, with 33...
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