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A new survey showed a rise in the number of Americans who said small businesses should have the right to refuse service to Jews if doing so would violate the owners’ religious beliefs.
Conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute, which has partnered with the Brookings Institution and Georgetown University, the survey revealed that 19 percent of Americans felt discrimination against Jews on religious grounds was acceptable.
This marked a seven-percent rise since 2014, when only 12 percent agreed.
According to the data, 24 percent of Republicans, 17 percent of Democrats, and 16 percent of independents said such discrimination should be permitted.
In 2014, only 16 percent of Republicans and nine percent of Democrats did so.
There is a gender gap on the subject, with 22 percent of men and 16 percent of women saying discrimination was permissible.
Age did not prove to be a determining factor, and was relatively similar across all groups. However, support for discrimination was up in all age groups.