Publication Date: January 1975
Publisher: American Jewish Committee
Author(s): Fred Massarik
Research Area: Culture and religion; Population and demographics
Keywords: Jewish Identification; Demography; Population Estimate
Coverage: United States
This article deals with overall estimates for the 1970 Jewish population, derived from the National Jewish Population Survey (NJPS). The author makes the distinction between the population in households (defined as having at least one Jewish person) and the number of Jews in such households. While this difference has always been known to exist, the NJPS expresses this distinction in numbers for the first time.
In American Jewish Yearbook 1974-75, pp. 295-313.
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