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POLL: Anti-Semitism Worst Among Blacks, Young Adults & Democrats

Young leftists showed a strong hostility toward Jews while simultaneously maintaining support for slavery reparations for blacks...

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Anti-Semitism is on the rise in America, particularly among blacks, young adults and Democrats.

A report from Just the News, drawing on a UMass Amherst poll, detailed the responses of various demographics to questions surrounding Jews and their relation to America, among various other race-related topics.

According to the poll, 3 out of 10 blacks believe that “Jews still talk too much about what happened to them in the Holocaust,” whereas a mere 15% of white Americans agreed with the same statement.

Further, when asked whether “Jews have too much power in the business world,” nearly 1 in 3 blacks agreed.

Joining her fellow blacks in their anti-Semitism is The View host Whoopi Goldberg, who has gotten herself in hot water on multiple occasions for her anti-semitic views and commentary.

Another 29% also agreed with the statement that “Jews think they are better than other people.” In total, 17% of Democrats agreed with that statement compared to 15% of Republicans.

Perhaps more surprisingly, given their passion for fascist-hunting, young leftists showed a strong hostility toward Jews while simultaneously maintaining support for slavery reparations for blacks.

Of those polled between 18 and 29, 57% of people said that they supported financial reparations for descendants of slaves.

In addition, pollsters found that those with some level of postgraduate education tended to be extreme leftists, especially on questions of systemic racism. Per the report, 69% of those polled with postgraduate degrees believed in systemic racism, whereas only 45% of high school graduates held the same view.

The poll was released just prior to MLK Day, to commemorate the work that he did to promote the Jews in America.

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