Survey: More than a third of French Jews feel threatened

More than a third of French Jews feel regularly threatened, according to a new poll.

The survey, conducted by IPSOS and the American Jewish Committee, found that 34 per cent of French Jews said they felt threatened as a result of their religious identity. This compares with only eight per cent of the general population who felt likewise.
A sample of more than five hundred Jews was surveyed.

Seven out of ten French Jews declared that they had already been victims of an antisemitic act.



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