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Polls Result: Why do Muslims Fast?

Why do Muslims Fast?

  • All the Above (64%, 44 Votes)gggg
  • It is Mandatory (13%, 9 Votes)
  • Month of Qur’aan’s Reveleation (7%, 5 Votes)
  • Non of the Above (6%, 4 Votes)
  • To Learn Empathy (4%, 3 Votes)
  • To Learn Desplin (4%, 3 Votes)
  • Tradition and Cultural (1%, 1 Votes)
  • It is Healthy (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 69

The Living Wage Map

Very informative.

MIT’s Living Wage Calculator estimates the cost of living (“living wage”) in each of the nation’s counties and major metropolitan areas, and compares it to the minimum wage for a variety of household types. Mapped here are three types:…more: STORYMAPS.ESRI.COM

Exclusive: Most Americans see Muslims like any other group after California shooting – poll

Just days after two Muslims were accused of gunning down 14 people in California, a Reuters/Ipsos poll shows 51 percent of Americans view Muslims living in the United States the same as any other communMuslim American Woman Scared to Wear Hijab in Public …ity, while 14.6 percent are generally fearful….

“If terrorism is designed to create a larger gap between Muslims and Westerners, unfortunately they’re succeeding,”… The poll has a credibility interval of 3.4 percentage points for all Americans and about 5.5 percentage points when looking at just Republican or Democratic responses…more:   news.yahoo.com

“Majority wants a Muslim Mayoral” or: “Some Londoners don’t want a Muslim Mayoral”???

An exclusive poll for Sky News has found that 71% of Muslims in the UK say that the values of British society are compatible with those of Islam.

In an unprecedented venture, Sky News commissioned an opinion poll by Survation into what Muslims and non-Muslims think about a range of issues including radicalisation, security concerns, political uncertainty, a rise in hate crimes and growing prejudice.

We asked 1,000 Muslims and 1,000 non-Muslims to share their opinions and found that, whileTwo women spoken to by Sky News for the Survation poll into Muslim and non-Muslim attitudes most Muslims saw their religion as being in step with British values, 16% did not.

The results showed that younger Muslims were more likely to see their values aligned to those of Britain, with 73% of those aged 18 to 34 agreeing, compared to 71% of those aged over 55. Male Muslims were also more likely to agree – with 78% versus the female figure of 64%. …..mor news.sky

Poll: Arab opinion strongly negative on Islamic State