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Pew Research Center statistics reveal similarities and differences between U.S.-born and...

The results of the Pew Research Center’s survey reveal, among other findings, that foreign-born and U.S.-born Muslim Americans engage in about the same levels of religious practice, while foreign-born Muslims tend to have a stronger socioeconomic foothold than their U.S.-born counterparts.

Survey reveals many different facets of U.S. Muslim religious identity, including...

A 2017 Pew Research Center survey of U.S Muslims examines the extent to which belief in God, social justice, the environment, modest dress, halal food, and marriage, among other factors, are essential to religious identity. The survey reveals most U.S. Muslims believe they have a lot in common with other Americans.

The emerging Muslim American mental health movement

In an effort to combat the stigma of mental health within the community, and the unique challenges the community faces as an often marginalised minority in the U.S., a movement supporting the mental health needs of Muslim Americans is emerging.

American Muslims growing more liberal, survey shows

A major Pew survey reveals that American Muslims are growing more religiously and socially liberal, with the number who say society should accept homosexuality nearly...