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kittybecca wrote

"And while many people said anti-Semitism is a growing problem in their countries -- to the extent that 40% said Jews were at risk of racist violence in their countries and half said their governments should do more to fight anti-Semitism -- substantial minorities blamed Israel or Jews themselves for anti-Semitism."

"And nearly one in five (18%) said anti-Semitism in their countries was a response to the everyday behavior of Jewish people."

"In Poland and Hungary, about four out of 10 people said Jews have too much influence in business and finance around the world."

"Roughly one out of three people there said Jews were too influential in political affairs around the world, and more than a quarter of Poles and Hungarians said they had too much influence on the media."

"A third of Austrians said Jews have too much influence in finance, while a quarter of French and German respondents said so."

"About one in five people in all three countries said Jews had too much influence in media, and a quarter said they had too much influence on wars and conflicts."

"A third of Europeans said commemorating the Holocaust distracts from other atrocities today, with higher than average numbers of Germans, Austrians, Poles and Hungarians stating that."