Attitudes Toward Jews in Eight European Countries

(April 19, 2012)


Public Opinion: Table of Contents | European Polls | 2012 Poll of Ten European Countries



 
"Jews have too much influence in [country]"
"Jews try to take advantage of having been victims during the Nazi era"
"Jews in general do not care about anything or anyone but their own kind"
"Jews enrich our culture"
Denmark
19.7%
48.9%
29.4%
68.9%
Great Britain
13.9%
21.8%
22.5%
71.5%
France
27.7%
32.3%
25.8%
60.6%
Netherlands
5.6%
17.2%
20.4%
71.8%
Italy
21.2%
40.2%
26.9%
49.7%
Portugal
19.9%
52.2%
54.2%
51.9%
Poland
49.9%
72.2%
56.9%
51.2%
Hungary
69.2%
68.1%
50.9%
57.3%

 

 
"Considering Israel's policy I can understand why people do not like Jews"
"Israel is conducting a war of extermination against the Palestinians"
Denmark
35.6%
47.7%
Great Britain
35.9%
42.4%
France
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Netherlands
41.1%
38.7%
Italy
25.1%
37.6%
Portugal
48.8%
48.8%
Poland
55.2%
63.3%
Hungary
45.6%
41.0%


Source: “Intolerance, Prejudice and Discrimination” report by the German-based Friedrich Ebert Foundation.

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