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Attitudes to religion and religious communities, with particular reference to Muslims (3670)

Type of Data: Attitudes to religion and religious communities, with particular reference to Muslims (3670)

Faith Community: General, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Sikhism

Date: 2016, 1-8 February

Geography: England

Sample Size: 4015

Population: Adults aged 18 and over

Keywords: Active promotion, anti-Muslim hatred, better relations, blame, British people, British society, British values, campaign, children’s friends, Christian teachings, Christianity, Christians, closer monitoring, contact, critical, customs, different religious beliefs, discrimination, English nationalist extremists, entire religion, extremists, faith schools, force for good, freedom of speech, friends and family, habits, Hinduism, Hindus, Hope Not Hate, importance of religion, increasing, influences, integration, Islam, Islamic extremism, Jews, Judaism, know well, laws and policies, local religious leaders, local residents, media, mosques, Muslim communities, Muslim extremists, Muslim immigrants, Muslims, offensive, other nationalities, Populus, problems, prosecuted, reaction, religious abuse, religious affiliation, religious extremism, religious faith, respect, same neighbourhood, serious problem, serious threat, Sikhism, Sikhs, similarity, source of identity, speak English, sympathies, terrorism, tolerance, too negative, United Kingdom, values, violence, Western civilization, widespread, work, world

Collection Method: Online interview

Collection Agency: Populus

Sponsor: Hope Not Hate

Published Source:

  • http://www.populus.co.uk
  • Robert Ford and Nick Lowles, Fear and Hope, 2016: Race, Faith and Belonging in Today’s England, London: Hope Not Hate, 2016

    BRIN ID: 3670


    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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