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07 August 2015
Quarter of Romanians want a Jew-free country – poll
In Romania, nearly a quarter of people told pollsters that the country should have no Jewish residents. Of the 1,000 Romanian adults polled by the Center for Opinion and Market Studies in June, 11 percent said Jews were “a problem for Romania” while 22 percent said they would only like them as tourists, not neighbors. Romanian military dictator, Ion Antonescu, who was executed for war crimes in 1946, is seen as a patriot by over a half of Romanians, the poll showed.