A new nationwide survey conducted by the Anti-Defamation League has found that 14% of adult Americans hold hard-core anti-Semitic beliefs, especially on the old standby topics: Jews’ loyalty to the country, the death of Jesus, and power. The new poll indicates a slight rise (2%) in overall anti-Semitism since the ADL’s last survey in 2002, with specific jumps by category — 30% of respondents blame Jews for the death of Christ, up from 25% three years ago; while the percentage of people who believe Jews have too much power has dropped from 20% to 15%.