Nov 022012

This is a very interesting and detailed survey of American Muslim voters. It was put our by CAIR. Click on the link below to read the survey. Many thanks to CAIR for their support and tireless efforts on behalf of the American Muslim community.

Exerpt: As American Muslim participation in the political process has experienced steady growth, so has the tracking of American Muslim voters. During the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections, American Muslim groups mobilized to deliver presidential endorsements that received national attention. In 2006, CAIR issued its first-ever random sample poll of likely Muslim voters. Months ahead of the increasingly heated 2008 presidential election campaign, CAIR commissioned a poll to track the views of American Muslim voters. CAIR also commissioned a national exit poll survey of Muslim voters following the 2008 presidential election.
This report presents a detailed picture of American Muslim voter demographics and explores their views on a multitude of communal concerns and public policy issues several weeks before the 2012 presidential election. The survey results are drawn from a random sample telephone survey of 500 American Muslim registered voters.

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