A national survey of Jewish students shows a high number of students experiencing anti-Semitism in some form on campus.
The National Demographic Survey of American Jewish College Students was conducted as an online survey and was taken by 1,157 students. What it found was that 54 percent of students experienced anti-Semitism on campus during the first half of the last academic year.
The survey was conducted by Trinity College professors Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar. The results also showed that 58 percent of religious and 51 percent of secular Jewish students experienced anti-Semitism, which means the issue spans levels of observance.
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