The figures I located at NGO-Monitor for Sweden, Norway, Spain, Ireland, the UK, Belgium, the EU as well as others would seem to be incomplete but a good start.
As for incidents of anti-Semitism and the character of such, whether violent or simply threatening, etc., resourced here, among other sites, is a difficult subject to analyze.
Nevertheless, as with any other research project, academic or otherwise, a presumption is postulated, data and statistics are gathered and then analyzed and eventually challenged rigorously.
I do think that the process
Step 1: Identify the Problem
Step 2: Review the Literature
Step 3: Clarify the Problem
Step 4: Clearly Define Terms and Concepts
Step 5: Define the Specific Target
Step 6: Develop the Instrumentation Plan
Step 7: Collect Data
Step 8: Analyze the Data
or, in a graphic:
which consists of
ongoing planning, searching, discovery, reflection, synthesis, revision, and learning,
will lead to a conclusion that yes, indeed, the more money invested in "Palestinianism" results in more local anti-Semitism.