In my huge post on The Jews, I invited my readers to fill out a survey to test how much of the 11 stereotypes about Jews the ADL identifies as anti-Semitic we agree with.
I was hoping to use the answers do some data analysis (e.g. how philo/counter-Semitism correlates with Jewish self-identification, political self-identification, Israel vs. Palestine sympathies, Russophobia, HBD/IQ awareness, etc.). Unfortunately, too late I discovered that PollDaddy doesn’t give you access to this data without a paid upgrade. So unfortunately, apart from making a mental note to never use PollDaddy again – I assume that Google Forms has what I need? – I am releasing all the data that I do have access to as a screenshot.
The results are mostly as I expected.
My average reader seems to be somewhat more “anti-Semitic” than I am (thinks 10/11 of the ADL’s stereotypes are correct, versus my 7/11). If I am anti-Semitic like the average Greek or Armenian, my readers are anti-Semitic like the average Arab.
With no ability to test the really interesting hypotheses (e.g. that denial of the validity of IQ is associated with greater anti-Semitism), I don’t think there’s need for further commentary from me.
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