The U.S. military conducted surveys about troops’ attitudes toward Jews between 1946 and 1947. uncovered the survey at the National Archives. The survey, which consisted of “agree” or “disagree” questions about stereotypes of Jews, noted that “no official Army action was being considered with respect to Jewish soldiers.” According to the survey, 86 percent of soldiers agreed that “There is nothing good about Jews,” but only 27 percent agreed that “Jews are out to rule the world.” Other statements included: “The Jews always get the best of everything,” to which 30 percent agreed; “You can always tell a Jew by the way he looks” with 61 percent in agreement; and “A Jew will always play you for a sucker,” to which 48 percent agreed.