80% of congressional seats, numerous local positions, along with one supreme court seat are up for election this November. American Muslims have been at the center of political rhetoric and discourse from both parties. ISPU has gathered our elections related research into an online community tool kit in order to empower the community, to be informed and effective participants in our country’s political process.
Our American Muslims and Elections project provides data driven recommendations on how each of us can be engaged in the political process, locally and nationally.
Our findings from the American Muslim Poll 2016 provide empirical evidence on the opinions and policy priorities that can be used to respond to stereotypes of our community.
Our research from our Islamophobia project deconstructs the Islamophobia industry in order to understand how it’s used as a legislative tactic.
Our updated Legislative Map provides state level information on all laws that have been proposed under six issue areas from 2011 to 2015.
From videos to presentations to full reports, our research has been repackaged to ensure accessibility for everyone in the community.