More Germans worried about Islamophobia than anti-Semitism, new poll finds

June 24, 2015 16:50

A new survey conducted by the European Jewish Agency claims that just one in four Germans believe the European Union should do more to eradicate anti-Semitism.

The results of the survey, which were released by the EJA on Wednesday, also indicate that more Germans are worried about the rise of anti-Muslim animus than hostility toward Jews.Nearly four in 10 Germans believe that the authorities are doing an adequate job of combating anti-Semitism on the Continent, while 15 percent said that the government should be doing less.

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