Poll of Polish students shows anti-semitism still rages

April 20, 2013 12:10


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A survey conducted in recent weeks among high school students in Warsaw, Poland presented disturbing results on the extent of hatred towards Jews.

1250 students, ages 17-18, were surveyed by the "Homo Homini" Institute of Public Opinion Research and commissioned by the Jewish community in Poland, showed surprising anti-Semitic views, with 40 percent of the respondents saying  they would not like to have a Jewish classmate.

60 percent of the respondents said they would not like to have a Jewish partner, whilst 45 percent said they "would not be happy” if they had a Jewish relative. A shocking 44 percent said they would not like to have a Jewish neighbor.

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