Dalia Mogahed, Fouad Pervez | Institute for Social Policy and Understanding , 2016
Survey of American Muslims, Jews, Protestants and Catholics conducted for the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding in January, 2016 was undertaken to examine "...attitudes on various issues ranging from politics and religion, to violence and identity. What emerged from the results is a profile of a Muslim community that is both pious and patriotic, optimistic and weary of discrimination; a community that is similar to Jews in its politics, and much like Protestants in its religious practice."
Highlights: (selected by DataBank)
Muslims are the youngest and most racially diverse major religious community in America—the only community without a majority race. White, black, Asian, and Arab represent nearly equal percentages of all Muslim Americans. Muslims are also by far the youngest faith community, with half the population younger than 35.
The majority of Muslims report some level of discrimination—the highest of any major faith group. More than half of Muslims reported experiencing discrimination in the...
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