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Attitudes of Muslims to current issues (3567)

Type of Data: Attitudes of Muslims to current issues (3567)

Faith Community: Islam, Judaism

Date: 2015, 25 April-31 May

Geography: Great Britain

Sample Size: 1081

Population: Muslims aged 18 and over

Keywords: Anti-Semitism, attracted to radicalism, bad moral behaviour, better leadership within Muslim community, better than other people, Britain, British news channels, British society, Buddhist people, business world, caliphate, cartoons of the Prophet, Catholic people, Channel 4, Charlie Hebdo, Christians, commit adultery, commit terrorist actions, condemn, council housing department, country of birth, courts, discrimination against Muslims, ethnicity, European Jewish population, extremism in the Muslim community, feeling thermometer, freedom to practice religion, gay marriage, global affairs, good place to live, government, greater voice, hatred, Hindu people, Holocaust, home, homosexual person, homosexuality, housing association, husbands, ICM Unlimited, ideal way to lead life, influence decisions, information about news and current affairs, injustice by governments, injustice by police, integration, international financial markets, internet, ISIS, Islam, Islamic life, Islamic State, Jewish people, Jews, Jihadi brides, Jihadi John, Judaism, legal, local area, local councillor, local doctor’s surgery, local mosque, local MP, local school, loyalty to Israel, marriage partners, media, minor crime, mixed socially, mock the Prophet, Mohammed Emwazi, mosque attendance, Muslim community in Britain, Muslim Council of Britain, Muslim girls, Muslim people, Muslim women, Muslim young people, Muslims, niqab, non-violent political protest, obedience, organizations representing respondent’s views, organize radical groups, own kind, parents, Paris, people from non-Muslim backgrounds, people of other religions, people who are not religious, pictures of the Prophet, police, polygamy, problem, Prophet Mohammed, protection of family, protection of religion, protest, Protestant people, public services, religious dress, religious harassment of Muslims, religious prejudice against Muslims, respect, schoolteacher, security services, sense of belonging, sex segregation, Sharia law, special programmes, stoning, strong Muslim values, suicide bombing, surprise, sympathize, Syria, talk too much, television, terrorism, threats of terrorist actions, too much control, too much power, treatment, trust, violence, violent extremism, wives, women, world’s wars

Collection Method: Face-to-face interview

Collection Agency: ICM Unlimited

Sponsor: Channel 4

Published Source:

  • http://www.icmunlimited.com
  • Sunday Times Magazine, 10 April 2016
  • Daily Mail, 11 April 2016
  • British Muslims and Antisemitism: Analysis and Response, London: Campaign against Antisemitism, 2016

    BRIN ID: 3567


    A large sub-set of the questions was also posed to a control group of 1,008 adults aged 18 and over in Great Britain, interviewed by telephone on 5-7 June 2015.

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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