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Assessment of Manifestations of Anti-Semitism Against Jewish Community (Average of Selected European Union Member States)
The chart illustrates the assessment of respondents to the various acts of anti-Semitism against the Jewish community in 2013, at the level of the countries surveyed (eight European Union member states). European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020. Among the specific manifestations, three quarters of all respondents (75%) consider the online antisemitism as a particular problem (either "a very big" or a "fairly big problem").
Assessment of Manifestations of Anti-Semitism Against Jewish Community Across European Union Countries
The table presents the share of respondents from eight European Union member states that assessed as a problem different manifestations of anti-Semitism against Jewish community in 2013. European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020. The results show that more than half of the respondents in each country surveyed consider "antisemitism on the internet" as being a problem. For each country, the three most serious manifestations of antisemitism - as assessed by the respondents, are antisemitism on the Internet, in the media and expression of hostility towards Jews in the streets or other public places. The question asked was "In your opinion, how big a problem, if at all, are each of the following in [COUNTRY] today?" Answers include both "a very big problem" and "a fairly big problem." The items are listed in descending order according to the average of the eight countries.
Distribution of Respondents Hearing or Seeing the Selected Statements Made by non-Jewish People in Surveyed European Union Member States (2013)
This table shows the percentage of respondents who have heard or seen the selected statements made by non-Jewish people, by European Union country. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020. Answers included in the survey are both "all the time" and "frequently".
Distribution of Respondents Seeing Antisemitic Comments as a Problem in Different Arenas Based On What They Have Seen or Heard in Surveyed European Union Member States (2013)
The table shows the distribution of respondents (as percent) who see antisemitic comments as a problem in different arenas based on what they have seen or heard in the surveyed European Union member states. The European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
Distribution of Roma Feeling Discriminated Against When Looking for Work in the Five Years Before the Survey (2016)
The chart shows the percentages of Roma who felt discriminated against when looking for work, during the reference period 2011 to 2016 in nine European Union member states. The European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
The chart presents the shares of Roma respondents that have experienced some form of harassment due to their ethnic origin in the 12 months before the survey. The results show that, in 2016, almost every third Roma survey respondent (31% of men and 29% of women) believed that they had experienced, at least once, some form of ethnic-based harassment during the previous year.
The chart illustrates the perception respondents from eight European Union member states about the antisemitism seen as a problem. European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020. The results show that antisemitism is seen as a very big problem in France and Hungary and not a very big problem in United Kingdom and Latvia.
Perceptions on Changes in the Level of Antisemitism over the Past Five Years, Across Eight European Union Member States
The chart presents the perception on proliferation of antisemitism within eight European Union member states, between 2008-2013. The results show that while in France for 74% respondents this perception increased a lot, in as Latvia, the majority of respondents (44%) considered that it stayed the same.
The chart shows the exposure to hateful online content on the internet, based on the results of a survey conducted in France in February 2015. Results show that men were generally more exposed to this type of content compared to women. 55% of male respondents came across racist statements online, while only 47% of women respondents did so.