Americans Divided on Who to Blame for Anti-Semitism

Washington Examiner
A poll by the Bucknell Institute for Public Policy found that Americans are strongly divided by party on which side of the political aisle to blame for anti-Semitism in the U.S. As reported in this story, the poll found that 54% of Democrats said anti-Semitism is more likely to be expressed by those on the political Right, while 51% of Republicans said they believed it to stem more from the political Left.

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