Jewish Population in the United States, 2011
This is a report of the Jewish population in the United States (2011), published by the North American Jewish Data Bank. Until 2008, this Report appeared as an article in the American Jewish Year Book published by the American Jewish Committee. This report includes a summary of the Jewish population data on the national, state, and regional levels as well as vignettes of recently completed and older Jewish community studies in cities such as Baltimore (2010), Chicago (2010), Detroit (2010), San Diego (2003), Tampa Bay (2010), and Tucson (2002). The report also shows comparisons among Jewish communities on four survey questions about anti-Semitism: Adult Experience with Anti-Semitism in the Local Community in the Past Year, Children's Experience with Anti-Semitism in the Local Community in the Past Year, Perception of Anti-Semitism in the Local Community, and Combating Anti-Semitism as a Motivation to Donate to a Jewish Organization.
Name of Publication: Current Jewish Population Reports
Coverage: United States
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Sheskin, Ira. Dashefsky, Arnold. Jewish Population in the United States, 2011. Current Jewish Population Reports. North American Jewish Data Bank. 2011: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=13458
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