A 2017 Pew Research Center survey reveals that 80% of U.S. Muslims say they observe Ramadan by fasting, including a large share of those who do not consider religion very significant in their lives.
Poll shows political engagement among American Muslims is growing and the majority of Americans support Muslim civil rights
The 2018 survey by the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU) charts the attitudes and policy preferences of Americans concerning Muslims and Islam, and introduces the first Islamophobia Index, a scale that measures anti-Muslim prejudice in America.
Right-Wing Publications Pick Up on Pew Research Center’s Findings that Europe’s Muslim Population is set to Grow
Findings from the Pew Research Center that show Europe’s Muslim population as set to grow have been quoted by right-wing news organisations while promoting their agendas.
The Pew Forum recently released a 226-page report exploring opinions and beliefs from Muslim communities around the world. The survey, which was conducted through more than 38,000 face-to-face interviews in more than 80 languages, delves into the Muslim world’s insights on everything from Sharia law to alcohol consumption. The findings were simple: Just as all religions, Islam…
December 14, 2012 A striking feature of the 2012 race for the White House – a contest that pitted the first Mormon nominee from a major party against an incumbent president whose faith had been a source of controversy four years earlier – is how little the subject of religion came up in the media….