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The 2022 Annual Assessment

  1. In addition to the analysis provided by JPPI experts, we were aided this year in our discussion of the developments and our setting of the gauges by the responses obtained from detailed ranking questionnaires that were sent to all members of JPPI’s Executive Board and International Board of Governors, as well as to several dozen Jewish leaders, scholars, and intellectuals around the world.
  2. See: Jewish Electoral Institute, National Survey, April 2022
  3. Data source: Central Bureau of Statistics
  4. High-Tech During the Coronavirus Pandemic: Report of the Israel Innovation Authority, 2020-2021. [Hebrew]
  5. High-Tech as a Growth Engine in the Periphery, Knesset Research and Information Center, November 2021. [Hebrew]
  6. See: Philanthropy in Israel: an Updated Picture, Taub Center, 2017; Philanthropy is the lifeblood of the British 2021 July, eJP, Zaki Cooper, Jewish Community; Israeli Philanthropy, 2012-2015, Central Bureau of Statistics [Hebrew]; “Jewish Philanthropy During COVID-19 Focuses on Need, Not Affinity,” Hanna Shaul Bar Nissim, Inside Philanthropy, February 2021
  7. See: Antisemitism Worldwide Report 2021, Tel Aviv University, April 2022
  8. See: AJC Survey of American Jewish Millennials, March 2022
  9. Based on a Jewish People Policy Institute report published this year: “Who Are Jews”: the Views of Israeli Jews, Shmuel Rosner, Professor Camil Fuchs, Noah Slepkov. [Hebrew]
  10. Per the Ministry of Aliyah and Immigration, 42,675 olim immigrated to Israel between Independence Day 2021 and Independence Day 2022. The countries from which the most immigrants came this year are Russia (33%) and Ukraine (27%).
  11. See: Institute for Jewish Policy Research, Haredi Jews Around the World Population Trends and Estimates, L. Daniel Staetsky, May 2022.
  12. See: Shared Spaces, Challenging Spaces: What the Findings of JPPI’s 2022 Pluralism Index Survey Reveal, Shmuel Rosner, Camil Fuchs, Noah Slepkov.
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