The latest study has shown that 25% of European Jews have plans of leaving due to the antisemitism in their localities.
The study made by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee has shown that one in four European Jews is considering emigrating due to antisemitism.
The research conducted has also shown that European Jewish leaders, especially in Western Europe, are increasingly worried about antisemitism, and more concerned about poverty in their communities.
The leaders are also worried that they are less connected to communities across the continent compared to in the past.
Despite the grim numbers, it was learned that 67% of leaders said they did not intend to leave Europe, and only 3% said they were actively planning to leave.
It was also learned that two-thirds of those interviewed choose Israel as the place they will emigrate if they decided to do so.
Moreover, the study has also shown that more than n 60% of all responders said they expected antisemitism to continue to increase; 22% of respondents said they feel unsafe in their cities.
To get the data the pollsters surveyed 1,054 respondents in 31 countries in 10 languages.
About 30% of respondents identified as Orthodox Jews.