Category Archives: Surveys – All

Can polls really reveal what British Muslims think about terrorism?

Surveys on extremism can lead to some disturbing headlines, but they don’t always tell the full story. …. One of the most recent large-scale surveys of social attitudes within British Muslim communities, carried out for Channel 4 by ICM in

Can polls really reveal what British Muslims think about terrorism?

Surveys on extremism can lead to some disturbing headlines, but they don’t always tell the full story. …. One of the most recent large-scale surveys of social attitudes within British Muslim communities, carried out for Channel 4 by ICM in

Majority want faith schools to keep the religious selection cap, poll finds

An opinion poll conducted by the Accord Coalition for Inclusive Education, has found that eighty per cent of those surveyed – including two-thirds of Catholics, are opposed to removing the current cap, which limits schools from not selecting more than

Majority want faith schools to keep the religious selection cap, poll finds

An opinion poll conducted by the Accord Coalition for Inclusive Education, has found that eighty per cent of those surveyed – including two-thirds of Catholics, are opposed to removing the current cap, which limits schools from not selecting more than

‘Tide turning’ on Sweden’s attitude to immigration: report

NGO network the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) carried out a report on racism and discrimination in the context of migration across 26 EU countries, and when it comes to Sweden, researchers concluded that while the country appears to be

‘Tide turning’ on Sweden’s attitude to immigration: report

NGO network the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) carried out a report on racism and discrimination in the context of migration across 26 EU countries, and when it comes to Sweden, researchers concluded that while the country appears to be

Majority of men in Middle East survey believe a woman’s place is in the home

Men’s views of equality between the sexes are woefully out of sync with the hopes of young women, according to a survey across the Middle East and north Africa. Male attitudes towards the role of women in the workplace and

Majority of men in Middle East survey believe a woman’s place is in the home

Men’s views of equality between the sexes are woefully out of sync with the hopes of young women, according to a survey across the Middle East and north Africa. Male attitudes towards the role of women in the workplace and

Religious schools create ‘parallel societies’, report claims

Study’s Turkish-born author believes some Austrian kindergartens could be producing radicals of the future. Religious schools in Austria help create “parallel societies”, a new report has claimed. The Vienna University study found 10,000 children aged between two and six attend

Religious schools create ‘parallel societies’, report claims

Study’s Turkish-born author believes some Austrian kindergartens could be producing radicals of the future. Religious schools in Austria help create “parallel societies”, a new report has claimed. The Vienna University study found 10,000 children aged between two and six attend

Islam Has Become Toxic in the West

…. Such striking, even disturbing, findings should be an eye-opener to the powers-that-be and civil society at large in the West. Yet, much of the political establishment, the mainstream media, and academia have been distinctly reluctant to seriously address this

Islam Has Become Toxic in the West

…. Such striking, even disturbing, findings should be an eye-opener to the powers-that-be and civil society at large in the West. Yet, much of the political establishment, the mainstream media, and academia have been distinctly reluctant to seriously address this

People who read the news more likely to be Islamophobic, study finds

Research finds New Zealanders – who are generally ‘highly tolerant’ – show increased anger and reduced warmth towards Muslims if they are more avid news consumers. People who read the news are more likely to feel angry towards Muslims, a

People who read the news more likely to be Islamophobic, study finds

Research finds New Zealanders – who are generally ‘highly tolerant’ – show increased anger and reduced warmth towards Muslims if they are more avid news consumers. People who read the news are more likely to feel angry towards Muslims, a