Survey: Muslims in U.S. are moderate
Islamic extremism not as strong in America as world
[Almost half the nation's estimated 2.8 million Muslims fault their leaders for not speaking out against Islamic extremists but a vast majority are far more satisfied with the way things are going in the United States than the overall population.
So says the first comprehensive survey of U.S. Muslims in four years.
The Pew Research Center report out today shows no evidence of rising support for Islamic extremism among Muslim Americans despite controversies about the building of mosques and a majority opinion (52 percent) that government anti-terrorism policies single out Muslims for increased surveillance.]
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