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Attitudes to Muslims and Islam and to religion in general (4197)

Type of Data: Attitudes to Muslims and Islam and to religion in general (4197)

Faith Community: Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Sikhism

Date: 2021, 20-21 July

Geography: Great Britain

Sample Size: 1667

Population: Adults aged 18 and over

Keywords: Anti-religion scale, anti-Semitism, areas that operate under Sharia law, attendance at religious meetings, banning migration of people, Christianity, Christians, conspiracy theories, disproportionate influence over business and finance, everyday behaviour, God, Holocaust has been exaggerated, Islam, Islamophobia, Jews, Judaism, Muslims, negative impact on society, people with very strong religious beliefs too intolerant of others, positive contribution to British society and culture, religions bring more conflict than peace, religious affiliation, religious people less rational, religious prejudice, sacred text taken literally or symbolically, science and religion fundamentally incompatible, Sikhism, Sikhs, stereotyped statements, threatens British way of life, trust too much in science and not enough in religious faith, YouGov

Collection Method: Online interview

Collection Agency: YouGov

Sponsor: University of Birmingham with funding from the British Academy

Published Source:

  • Stephen Howard Jones and Amy Unsworth, The Dinner Table Prejudice: Islamophobia in Contemporary Britain, Birmingham: University of Birmingham, [2022]

    BRIN ID: 4197


    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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