Launched in January 2022, the Data Digest contains the latest reflections on pressing topics affecting American Muslim communities today. Pulling from ISPU research and reports from over the years, as well as collaborations with trusted partner scholars and organizations, our staff and guest authors translate crucial, impactful knowledge into this accessible and sharable written post format.
The posts below are sorted by date, with most recent digests appearing first.
Data from ISPU’s American Muslim Poll 2022 sheds light on this topic, specifically with regards to the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement directed at Israel.
More than 6 in 10 Muslims believe that current laws covering the sale of firearms should be stricter, on par with Jews, Catholics, and the religiously non-affiliated.
Men and women of all faith and non-faith groups surveyed did not significantly differ on their opinions.
Muslims are more likely than the general public to rely on faith and family to cope with the mental health impacts of COVID-19.
This study surveyed nearly 700 American Muslim HCWs about one year into the pandemic. Results include the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and religious and racial discrimination on mental health, as well as an investigation into “healthy” and “unhealthy” coping strategies.
We reviewed years of research at ISPU, focused on issues related to ISPU’s core research areas to identify current needs in the American Muslim. For Muslim Women’s Day 2022, we’re sharing a few key data points on women’s experiences in Muslim spaces revealed in the...
While many Americans have experienced financial, health, and personal loss due to COVID-19, the negative impact of the pandemic has been great on Americans who are Muslim.
We reviewed years of research at ISPU, focused on issues related to ISPU’s core research areas to identify current needs in the American Muslim community. Written by Natasha Tariq | Published January 25, 2022.