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Attitudes towards religious groups (4199)

Type of Data: Attitudes towards religious groups (4199)

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

Date: 2021, 8-14 October

Geography: England

Sample Size: 3000

Population: Adults aged 18 and over

Keywords: Christians, conspiracy theories, Focaldata, Hindus, Hope Not Hate, Islam, Islamist terrorists, Jews, Muslims, no-go zones for non-Muslims, Sikhs, Stack Data Strategy, threat to British way of life, under control of Sharia law, unhealthy control over world’s banking system, widespread hostility to Britain among Muslim community

Collection Method: Online interview

Collection Agency: Stack Data Strategy

Sponsor: HOPE Not Hate

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  • Rosie Carter and Nick Lowles, Fear and Hope, 2022: A Realignment of Identity Politics, London: Hope Not Hate, 2022

    BRIN ID: 4199


    Additional data were gathered by Focaldata from a nationally representative sample of 1,010 adults aged 18-24 living in Britain between 15 and 19 April 2022.

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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