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Attitudes to religious, social and political issues (2908)

Type of Data: Attitudes to religious, social and political issues (2908)

Faith Community: General, Christianity, Islam

Date: 2006, 29 November-2007, 18 January

Geography: United Kingdom (adults). Also local survey. Greater London (Muslims). Part of multinational survey

Sample Size: 1204 adults (including a booster sample of London residents), 512 Muslims

Population: Adults aged 15 and over, British Muslim adults aged 15 and over

Keywords: Abortion, adultery, anti-Semitism, atheists, Britishness, cartoons, charitable giving, child pornography, Christians, church attendance, churchgoing, civilians, crimes of passion, crosses, death penalty, democracy, discrimination, education, elections, employment, extra-marital sex, face veils, freedom of speech, fundamentalist Christians, Government, headscarves, Holocaust, homosexuality, honour killings, importance of religion, institutions, integration, Islam, Islamophobia, Jews, judicial system, language, loyalty, media, minority religions, morality, Muslims, national holidays, national identity, neighbourhood, neighbours, newspapers, noble cause, police, politics, pornography, pre-marital sex, prejudice, Prophet Mohammed, purpose in life, racial slurs, religion, religious observance, religious symbols, Roman Catholics, suicide, Sunni Muslims, terrorism, threat to way of life, veils, violence, volunteering

Collection Method: Telephone interview (adults) and face-to-face interview (Muslims)

Collection Agency: Gallup Organization

Sponsor: Gallup World Poll

Published Source:

  • Sunday Telegraph, 15 April 2007
  • Sunday Times, 15 April 2007
  • The Times, 17 April 2007
  • The Universe, 22 April 2007
  • Dalia Mogahed and Zsolt Nyiri, 'Reinventing Integration: Muslims in the West', Harvard International Review, Vol. 29, No. 2, Summer 2007, pp. 14-18
  • Magali Rheault and Dalia Mogahed, 'Cartoons and Controversy: Free Expression or Muslim Exceptionalism in Europe?', Harvard International Review, Vol. 30, No. 2, Summer 2008, pp. 68-71
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    BRIN ID: 2908


    Multinational survey, also undertaken in France and Germany. The survey of London Muslims was likewise part of the Gallup Poll of the Muslim World, conducted in some 35 countries

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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