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Perception of Muslims

The Transatlantic Trends: Immigration 2008 survey is an opinion poll on immigration and integration led by the German Marshall Fund (USA). Chapter 4 of the final report dealing with national identity, provides information concerning religious belonging and the perception of Islam. The survey takes into account the United States, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland and the United Kingdom. The main data are also available online. The results display the complexity of opinions: European average is 47% of people agreeing that "Muslim immigrants have a lot to offer to the culture of their country", while at the sale time 53% think that "both ways of life are not reconcilable".

D 5 October 2012    AAnne-Laure Zwilling

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