Neo-Nazi graffiti. (Shutterstock)

According to a recent study, nearly two-thirds of U.S. Jews have experienced or witnessed an anti-Semitic incident in the past five years.

While it’s no secret that anti-Semitism has been on the rise in recent years, a recent poll’s findings are particularly disturbing.

An Anti-Defamation League (ADL) study found that that 63% of respondents had either experienced or heard anti-Semitic comments and 59% said they felt less safe in the U.S. now than a decade ago.

Hen Mazzig, Senior Fellow at the Tel Aviv Institute, breaks down the numbers and explains what contributed to these concerning statistics.