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Economic Pain Uneven in India's Muslim and Hindu Populations
On the 75th anniversary of India's independence, the country's current economic difficulties are affecting the Muslim population more acutely than the Hindu population.
Muslim-Majority Countries Doubt U.S. Motives
While developing democracy was a U.S. goal in Iraq, 20 years after the U.S.-led invasion, adults in Iraq and 12 other Muslim-majority countries doubt the U.S. is serious about it.
Saudi Arabia's Soft Power Outshines Iran's
Recently restored ties between Iran and Saudi Arabia begin a new chapter in the Middle East. But as Saudi-U.S. relations fray, Gallup data show Saudi Arabia's relative soft power.
Slowdown in the Rise of Religious Nones
The percentage of Americans with no formal religious identity has increased dramatically since the 1950s, but that increase appears to have leveled off in Gallup's recent data.
Afghans View U.S. Leadership Poorly a Year After Withdrawal
Approval of U.S. leadership remains low in Afghanistan one year after the withdrawal of U.S. military forces.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth on Bias, Hate Against Asian Americans
Sen. Tammy Duckworth joins the podcast to discuss U.S. perceptions of how Asian Americans are treated, the recent end of the war in Afghanistan and more.
Nigerians Deeply Divided by Religion on Key Issues
As Nigerians prepare to cast their ballots, the country's Muslims and Christians are deeply divided on key issues.
Six in 10 Americans Would Say "Yes" to Muslim President
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson stated he would not support electing a Muslim president. While that view is in line with the majority in his party, 60% of Americans say they would vote for a Muslim candidate.
The Average American Weighs In on Immigration
Joe Biden's initial actions on immigration policy generally fit well with U.S. public opinion.
Perceptions of Muslims in the United States: a Review
Muslim Americans are the youngest and most diverse religious group in the U.S. and, despite the widespread recognition of prejudice against U.S. Muslims, most Americans say they would vote for a Muslim presidential candidate.