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Attitudes to current issues affecting British Muslims (1115)

Type of Data: Attitudes to current issues affecting British Muslims (1115)

Faith Community: Islam

Date: 2006, 14 March-9 April

Geography: Great Britain

Sample Size: 1000

Population: British Muslim adults aged 18 and over

Keywords: Alcohol, anti-Semitism, arranged marriages, Britishness, British society, British soldiers, cartoons, cohabitation, deportation, emigration, faith schools, family obligations, freedom of speech, hijab, Holocaust, homosexuality, hostility, imams, immorality, importance of religion, integration, Iraq, Islamic identity, Islamic schools, Islamic state, Islamophobia, Israel, Jews, language, London bombings, marriage, mosque attendance, Muslim countries, Muslim Council of Britain, Muslim leaders, neighbours, obedience, parents, patriotism, persecution, police, politics, polygamy, prayer room, Princess Diana, prosecution, Prophet Mohammed, protests, second-class citizens, sense of belonging, separation, September 11, sharia law, single-sex schools, stop-and-search, suicide bombings, terrorism, Union Jack, United States, violence, voting, war on terror, West, white people, women

Collection Method: Telephone interview

Collection Agency: GfK NOP

Sponsor: Channel 4

Published Source:

  • Sunday Times, 6 August 2006
  • Daily Mail, 7 August 2006
  • http://www.gfknop.com

    BRIN ID: 1115


    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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