Americans Blame Jews For Financial Crisis Too

Nearly 25% of American non-Jews blame the group for the financial meltdown.
Arutz Sheva News reported:

A survey conducted by the Boston Review in its May/June issue shows that nearly 25% of American non-Jews blame “the Jews” a moderate amount or more for the financial crisis.

Furthermore, a total of 38.4% of the non-Jews in the U.S. attribute at least some level of blame to the group.

Possibly most significant of all were the subconscious anti-Semitic tendencies revealed based on the way the questions were phrased to different groups.
Possibly most significant of all were the subconscious anti-Semitic tendencies revealed based on the way the questions were phrased to different groups.

A similar survey commissioned by the Anti-Defamation League has found that nearly a third of Europeans believe that Jews are responsible for the global economic meltdown.

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