In a survey conducted earlier this year, a large majority of Muslims
demonstrated their affiliation with the American way of life. However,
the value of these findings, which were published on August 30, is
somewhat diminished by the treatment and perception of American Muslims
by the general public.
Nearly 30% of the 1,033 Muslim Americans questioned by the Pew
Research Center for the People & the Press and the Pew Forum on
Religion & Public Life, claimed to have faced negative views about
Muslims including stereotyping, distrust and being viewed as terrorists.
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