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The chart explains if antisemitism is seen as a problem by eight EU member states, %. The results show that antisemitism is seen as a a very big problem in France and Germany and not a very big problem in United Kingdom and Latvia.
Assessment of manifestations of antisemitism against Jewish community today, average of the eight EU Member States surveyed (%)
The table shows the assessment of manifestations of antisemitism against Jewish community in 2013, average of the eight EU Member States surveyed (%)
This table shows the assessment of manifestations of antisemitism against Jewish community in 2013, by member state, %
This graph shows the results of a survey on harassment experienced due to Roma background in 2016 (%)
Perceptions on changes in the level of antisemitism in the country over the past five years, by EU Member State (%)
The table shows the perception of eight EU member states on proliferation of antisemitism between 2008-2013. In France, the perception is that antisemitism increased a lot, as opposed to Latvia, where respondents considered that it stayed the same
Respondents who see antisemitic comments as a problem in different arenas based on what they have seen or heard, by EU Member State (%)
The table shows the percentage of respondents who see antisemitic comments as a problem in different arenas based on what they have seen or heard, by EU Member State (%)
The chart shows the percentage of Roma who felt discriminated against when looking for work. Reference period - 2011- 2016 (%)
This bar chart shows the results of a survey conducted by OpinionWay in France in 2015. It shows that male respondents were more likely to report being exposed to hate speech than female respondents for every type of hate speech mentioned in the survyey.
This bar chart is based on data collected via survey for the Flash Eurobarometer 469. It shows that, when Europeans are asked what type of illegal content they encounter online, the most mentioned answer for most EU countries is scams, frauds, subscription traps or other illegal commercial practices. Hate speech is also a common top answer.