report | May 22, 2007

Muslim Americans: Middle Class and Mostly Mainstream

Report Summary The first-ever, nationwide, random sample survey of Muslim Americans finds them to be largely assimilated, happy with their lives, and moderate with respect to many of the issues that have divided Muslims and Westerners around the world. The Pew Research Center conducted more than 55,000 interviews to obtain a national sample of 1,050 […]

report | May 22, 2007

Muslim Americans: Middle Class and Mostly Mainstream

The first-ever, nationwide, random sample survey of Muslim Americans finds them to be largely assimilated, happy with their lives, and moderate with respect to many of the issues that have divided Muslims and Westerners around the world.

report | May 22, 2007

Muslim Americans: Middle Class and Mostly Mainstream

Read the Press Conference Transcript FAQs about survey The first-ever, nationwide, random sample survey of Muslim Americans finds them to be largely assimilated, happy with their lives, and moderate with respect to many of the issues that have divided Muslims and Westerners around the world. The Pew Research Center conducted more than 55,000 interviews to […]

report | Jul 26, 2005

Views of Muslim-Americans Hold Steady After London Bombings

The July 7 terrorist bombings in London drew considerable public attention and raised fears of another attack in the United States, but these concerns do not translate into less favorable opinions of either Muslim-Americans or Islam. And compared with 2003, fewer now say that Islam is more likely than other religions to encourage violence. The […]

transcript | Sep 17, 2003

Muslim Politics and U.S. Policies: Prospects for Pluralism and Democracy in the Muslim World

9:00 a.m.-2:15 p.m. Washington, D.C. Welcome & Project Overview Scaling Up Pluralism and Democracy Download transcript Political Transitions and Contests Download transcript Bahman Baktiari, University of Maine Democratization and Repression in post-Khomeini Iran Jenny B. White, Boston University The End of Islamism? Turkey’s New Muslim Politics Augustus Richard Norton, Boston University Egypt: Democratic Capital Lost […]

report | Dec 6, 2001

Post September 11 Attitudes

Introduction and Summary The Sept. 11 attacks have increased the prominence of religion in the United States to an extraordinary degree, but not at the expense of acceptance of religious minorities. Fully 78% now say religion’s influence in American life is growing ­ up from 37% eight months ago and the highest mark on this […]

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