A report released Friday by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) found that YouTube continues to push extremist videos, and content that could be a gateway to extremist videos, to users already susceptible to racial hatred.

Nine percent of YouTube users who participated in the ADL survey said they had viewed at least one video from an extremist channel during the course of the study, and 22 percent said they had viewed at least one video from a channel identified as possibly serving as a “gateway to extremist content,” according to the report.

YouTube defended its handling of extremist content in a statement responding to the report, but critics including ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt and Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-Calif.) urged the company to take greater action against the content based on the report’s findings.