Category Archives: Surveys – All

Europe’s Growing Muslim Population

…. The baseline for all three scenarios is the Muslim population in Europe (defined here as the 28 countries presently in the European Union, plus Norway and Switzerland) as of mid-2016, estimated at 25.8 million (4.9% of the overall population)

Europe’s Growing Muslim Population

…. The baseline for all three scenarios is the Muslim population in Europe (defined here as the 28 countries presently in the European Union, plus Norway and Switzerland) as of mid-2016, estimated at 25.8 million (4.9% of the overall population)

EU Migrant Policies Rejected by 74 Per Cent of People in Central Europe

A strong majority of Europeans across 11 nations are opposed to the European Union’s (EU) immigration policies, including nearly nine in 10 Hungarians. The survey was conducted by the Nézopont Institute in Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary,

EU Migrant Policies Rejected by 74 Per Cent of People in Central Europe

A strong majority of Europeans across 11 nations are opposed to the European Union’s (EU) immigration policies, including nearly nine in 10 Hungarians. The survey was conducted by the Nézopont Institute in Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary,

Six in 10 Muslim wives not legally married

About 6 in 10 Muslim women who have had traditional Islamic weddings in Britain are not legally married, according to a survey. They have had a nikah marriage but 61% failed to go through a separate civil ceremony, recognised by

Six in 10 Muslim wives not legally married

About 6 in 10 Muslim women who have had traditional Islamic weddings in Britain are not legally married, according to a survey. They have had a nikah marriage but 61% failed to go through a separate civil ceremony, recognised by

68% of Canadians want Quebec’s face-coverings ban in their province

The majority of Canadians outside of Quebec would support having a similar ban on face-coverings in their province, a new survey has found. The survey, conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs for Global News, found that 68 per cent of Canadian

68% of Canadians want Quebec’s face-coverings ban in their province

The majority of Canadians outside of Quebec would support having a similar ban on face-coverings in their province, a new survey has found. The survey, conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs for Global News, found that 68 per cent of Canadian

Support for face-covering bans drops to 40% outside Quebec, poll suggests

31 per cent say wearing the niqab should be ‘discouraged but tolerated’ and only 28 per cent say the veils should be ‘welcome. The vast majority of Quebecers support Bill 62, the Quebec government’s ban on wearing face coverings while

Support for face-covering bans drops to 40% outside Quebec, poll suggests

31 per cent say wearing the niqab should be ‘discouraged but tolerated’ and only 28 per cent say the veils should be ‘welcome. The vast majority of Quebecers support Bill 62, the Quebec government’s ban on wearing face coverings while

Voters say country is full, support partial ban on Muslim immigration

A MAJORITY of Australian voters believe the country is full and almost half support a partial ban on Muslim immigration, a new survey has revealed. In a blow for official multiculturalism, it found that just over 50 per cent of

Voters say country is full, support partial ban on Muslim immigration

A MAJORITY of Australian voters believe the country is full and almost half support a partial ban on Muslim immigration, a new survey has revealed. In a blow for official multiculturalism, it found that just over 50 per cent of

Voters say country is full and support partial Muslim ban

A MAJORITY of Australian voters believe the country is full and almost half support a partial ban on Muslim immigration, a new survey has revealed. In a blow for official multiculturalism, it found that just over 50 per cent of

Voters say country is full and support partial Muslim ban

A MAJORITY of Australian voters believe the country is full and almost half support a partial ban on Muslim immigration, a new survey has revealed. In a blow for official multiculturalism, it found that just over 50 per cent of