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News Brief

April 3, 2001
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The sponsor of a large-scale study of American Jews may have to significantly reduce the total number of “core Jews” interviewed from 4,500 to 3,100, due to difficulty finding enough willing subjects. Although a 31 percent cut from the original plan, the sample of 3,100 already interviewed is still 1,000 more people than were interviewed for the 1990 version of the National Jewish Population Survey.

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