Religious Perceptions in America: With an In-Depth Analysis of U.S. Attitudes Toward Muslims and Islam

About 43 percent of Americans say they feel at least a little prejudice against Muslims, a significantly higher number than those who have prejudice against Christians, Jews, and Buddhists, this Gallup report reveals.

The report, “Religious Perceptions in America: With an In-Depth Analysis of U.S. Attitudes Toward Muslims and Islam” also reveals Islam is the most negatively viewed out of those four religions. Nearly a third of Americans say their opinions about Islam are “not favorable at all.”

Gallup poll shows stronger prejudice against Muslims in US

About 43 percent of Americans say they feel at least a little prejudice against Muslims, a significantly higher number than those who have prejudice against Christians, Jews or Buddhists, a recent Gallup report reveals.

The report, “Religious Perceptions in America: With an In-Depth Analysis of U.S. Attitudes Toward Muslims and Islam” also reveals Islam is the most negatively viewed out of the four religions. Nearly a third of Americans say their opinions about Islam are “not favorable at all.”