International survey finds 1 in 4 adults harbor anti-Semitic attitudes

A new survey has found that anti-Semitism remains prevalent around the world, with one in four adults surveyed in 102 countries expressing anti-Jewish sentiments.

The Anti-Defamation League study released Tuesday sought to create a comprehensive survey of anti-Jewish sentiment around the globe, finding respondents to be anti-Semitic if they said at least six of 11 stereotypes about Jews were "probably" or "definitely" true.

The study found the lowest level of anti-Semitism in Laos, with just 0.2 percent of the adult populations expressing such views, and the highest level in the West Bank and Gaza with 93 percent.

Greece was the most anti-Semitic country in Western Europe, according to the survey, with 69 percent of the adults expressing such opinions and Sweden, with four percent, was the least.