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News Brief

December 5, 2001
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Intermarriage rates have stabilized but an increasing number of unmarried American Jews are living with non-Jewish partners. The American Jewish Identity Survey, a study that uses the same methodology as the 1990 National Jewish Population Survey, reports that 51 percent of Jews who wed in the past 10 years married non-Jews, compared to 52 percent who had married non-Jews between 1985- 1989.

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