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American Muslim Poll 2022

A Politics and Pandemic Status Report

Fielded between mid-February and mid-March, American Muslim Poll 2022: A Politics and Pandemic Status Report provides a snapshot of American Muslims and Americans of other faiths as well as no faith two years into the COVID-19 pandemic as we enter a new phase of living with the virus. Findings from American Muslim Poll also reflect a nation facing economic struggles, continued racial inequity, gun violence, and an ever-growing partisan divide. With midterm elections taking place this fall, many hot-button issues are top of mind for Americans.

In its sixth installment, this poll presents an updated demographic profile of American Muslims, diving into markers previously presented and new ones, including military service and jobs created, to further flesh out a profile of a growing and changing community. We again measured the Islamophobia Index among several American faith groups and those who do not affiliate with a faith community. This survey also expands the areas of study of institutional and individual Islamophobia and bullying to cover not only “brick and mortar” engagements but online spaces.

Group of people registering at polling station decorated with American flags on election day, focus on smiling woman pointing at I VOTE sticker.
Group of people registering at polling station decorated with American flags on election day, focus on smiling woman pointing at I VOTE sticker.

Report & Key Findings

Supplementary Documents

Additional Analyses & Early Data Releases

Dive into the Data

Click here to download all 48 graphs and figures from our 2022 survey.

AGE, WEALTH, & EDUCATION

EMPLOYMENT

FAITH & RELIGIOUS ACTIVITY

SATISFACTION WITH DIRECTION OF COUNTRY

VOTING BEHAVIORS & OBSTACLES

CLIMATE CHANGE & CRITICAL RACE THEORY

ISLAMOPHOBIA INDEX

ISLAMOPHOBIC TROPES

DISCRIMINATION & BULLYING

VIEWS ON ABORTION

VIEWS ON GUN CONTROL

VIEWS ON BDS

VIEWS ON VACCINES

Did You Know?

ISPU’s survey of American Muslims, Jews, Catholics, Protestants, and the non-affiliated is one of a kind, offering the latest trends and demographic data on American Muslims. And every year, we rely on individuals like you to keep this research free and accessible to all. Right now, we need your help to keep it that way, so that millions can remain informed on the topics that matter the most. If you value the reliable data our poll provides, consider making a donation in support of ISPU’s American Muslim Poll. It only takes a minute. Thank you.

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Supplementary Documents

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WEBINAR SERIES

American Muslim Poll 2020

Watch these webinars for scholarly and expert analysis of our survey results.

October 1 @ 3 p.m. EDT – Civic Engagement

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October 8 @ 3 p.m. EDT – Islamophobia

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October 15 @ 3 p.m. EDT – Political Coalition Building

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October 22 @ 3 p.m. EDT – Discrimination and Bullying

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Infographics

Infographics

Dive into the Data

VIEWS ON ABORTION

VIEWS ON BDS

VIEWS ON GUN CONTROL

Dive into the Data

Videos

This video overviews select American Muslim Poll 2022 findings on voting trends among American Muslims.

This video overviews select American Muslim Poll 2022 findings on faith and religious practice among American Muslims.

In the News

In the News

Meet the Research Team

Dalia Mogahed

Dalia Mogahed

Report Co-Author

Director of Research, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

Erum Ikramullah

Erum Ikramullah

Report Co-Author

Research Project Manager, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

Youssef Chouhoud

Dr. Youssef Chouhoud

Data Analyst, ISPU Fellow & Advisor

Assistant Professor at Christopher Newport University

Katherine Coplen

Katherine Coplen

Director of Communications, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

Rebecka Green

Communications & Creative Media Specialist, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

Meet the Study Advisors

Rania Awaad

Rania Awaad

M.D., Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine

Director, Muslim Mental Health and Islamic Psychology Lab, Stanford University

Karam Dana

Karam Dana

PhD, Interdisciplinary Near and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Washington

Associate Professor, University of Washington School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

John Esposito

John Esposito

PhD, Temple University

Professor of Religion, International Affairs, and Islamic Studies, Georgetown University

Founding Director, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding in the Walsh School of Foreign Service

Hamada Hamid

Hamada Hamid Altalib

D.O., Michigan State University

Associate Professor of Neurology and of Psychiatry, Yale University

Amaney Jamal

Amaney Jamal

PhD, Political Science, University of Michigan

Edwards S. Sanford Professor of Politics, Princeton University

Director, Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice

Director, Workshop on Arab Political Development

Nazita Lajevardi

Nazita Lajevardi

PhD, University of California, San Diego; JD, University of San Francisco

Assistant Professor, Michigan State University

Ermin Sinanovic

 PhD, Political Science, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University

Executive Director, Center for Islam in the Contemporary World (CICW), Shenandoah University

Meet the Research Team

Dalia Mogahed

Dalia Mogahed

Report Co-Author

Director of Research, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

Erum Ikramullah

Erum Ikramullah

Report Co-Author

Research Project Manager, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

Youssef Chouhoud

Youssef Chouhoud

Data Analyst, ISPU Fellow & Advisor

Assistant Professor at Christopher Newport University

Katherine Coplen

Katherine Coplen

Director of Communications, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

Rebecka Green

Communications & Creative Media Specialist, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding

Meet the Study Advisors

Rania Awaad

Rania Awaad

M.D., Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine

Director, Muslim Mental Health and Islamic Psychology Lab, Stanford University

Karam Dana

Karam Dana

PhD, Interdisciplinary Near and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Washington

Associate Professor, University of Washington School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

John Esposito

John Esposito

PhD, Temple University

Professor of Religion, International Affairs, and Islamic Studies, Georgetown University

Founding Director, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding in the Walsh School of Foreign Service

Hamada Hamid

Hamada Hamid Altalib

D.O., Michigan State University

Associate Professor of Neurology and of Psychiatry, Yale University

Amaney Jamal

Amaney Jamal

PhD, Political Science, University of Michigan

Edwards S. Sanford Professor of Politics, Princeton University

Director, Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice

Director, Workshop on Arab Political Development

Nazita Lajevardi

Nazita Lajevardi

PhD, University of California, San Diego; JD University of San Francisco

Assistant Professor, Michigan State University

Ermin Sinanovic

 PhD, Political Science, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University

Executive Director, Center for Islam in the Contemporary World (CICW), Shenandoah University

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