The German* newspaper Die Welt created a graphic showing rates of antisemitism according to party preference.
Rates for classical antisemitism are between 2 and 6% for all parties except for a far-right party, and rates for antisemitism in relation to Israel** are between 15 and 27% - again with the exception of a far-right party.
The rate of both forms of antisemitism among non-voters is much closer to that of the far-right party than to the rate of the other parties.
Are these statistics correct regarding the correlation between non-voters and antisemitism? And are non-voters more likely to be antisemitic? Or are people with antisemitic views more likely to be non-voters? And why is that the case?
* This question is about the situation in Germany, but it would also be interesting to know if this is a general trend, or a situation that is specific to Germany.
** Antisemitism in relation to Israel is evaluated using the 3D test, which looks for delegitimization, demonization, and double standards as applied to Israel as a Jewish state. The test is for example also used by the state department, in the definition of antisemitism by the EUMC, or by the ADL.