A 2011 poll conducted by the Gino Germani Research Institute of the University of Buenos Aires on behalf of the Anti-Defamation League and Delegación de Asociaciones Israelitas Argentinas showed that a majority of Argentines held 'anti-Semitic' sentiments or prejudices. Of the 1,510 Argentines surveyed, 82% agreed with statements "that Jews are running the economy," 49% said that they "lie too much about what allegedly happened to them in the so-called Holocaust", 68% said that they have "too much power in the business world", and 22% said "Jews killed Jesus". The majority of people interviewed also expressed belief that Jews are more loyal to Israel than they are to their host country.
- Arutz Sheva, Argentina's President Sees Jewish Conspiracy?, 10/1/2014