Category Archives: Surveys – British People

The statistics behind “Inspired by Muhammad”

A poster advertising campaign with the theme “Inspired by Muhammad” took place this June in London. The campaign was organised and funded by the Exploring Islam Foundation (EIF). The EIF specialises in authoring, publishing and marketing high quality resources which

The statistics behind “Inspired by Muhammad”

A poster advertising campaign with the theme “Inspired by Muhammad” took place this June in London. The campaign was organised and funded by the Exploring Islam Foundation (EIF). The EIF specialises in authoring, publishing and marketing high quality resources which

Majority of British adults want Burqa ban

The majority of British adults believe that the burqa, a loose garment worn by women in some Islamic traditions for the purpose of hiding a female’s body and face when out in public, should be completely banned in Britain, a

Majority of British adults want Burqa ban

The majority of British adults believe that the burqa, a loose garment worn by women in some Islamic traditions for the purpose of hiding a female’s body and face when out in public, should be completely banned in Britain, a

What the British think of Freedom of Speech

The religious section of 26th annual British Social Attitudes survey recently published (10 January, 2010) by NatCen, the UK’s largest independent social policy research organisation, asked several questions on Freedom of Speech. The results are summarised here. Q. Some books

What the British think of Freedom of Speech

The religious section of 26th annual British Social Attitudes survey recently published (10 January, 2010) by NatCen, the UK’s largest independent social policy research organisation, asked several questions on Freedom of Speech. The results are summarised here. Q. Some books

What the British think of religion and Muslims

(1) How religious are people? (2) Is religious diversity good for Britain? (3) What people think of Muslims NatCen, the UK’s largest independent social policy research organisation, has published (10 January, 2010) the findings of its 26th annual British Social

What the British think of religion and Muslims

(1) How religious are people? (2) Is religious diversity good for Britain? (3) What people think of Muslims NatCen, the UK’s largest independent social policy research organisation, has published (10 January, 2010) the findings of its 26th annual British Social

Banning the Burkha and Face Veil in the UK – Recent Surveys

(1) ComRes(2) Angus Reid(3) Gallup Coexist Index 2009 (1) ComRes poll carried out on behalf of The Independent newspaper ComRes telephoned 1,016 GB adults on 27-28 January 2010. Data were weighted to be representative of all adults. % Agreeing or

Banning the Burkha and Face Veil in the UK – Recent Surveys

(1) ComRes(2) Angus Reid(3) Gallup Coexist Index 2009 (1) ComRes poll carried out on behalf of The Independent newspaper ComRes telephoned 1,016 GB adults on 27-28 January 2010. Data were weighted to be representative of all adults. % Agreeing or