Poll on Views of Religion
Although Americans believe they are better informed about Islam than they were five years ago, fewer than one in five say their impression of the religion is favorable.
Forty-five percent of respondents said they have an unfavorable view of Islam, a rise from 36 percent in February. And the public’s impression of Islam has diminished even more compared with four years ago. In February 2002 — less than six months after the terrorist attacks of September 11 — the country was evenly divided in its impression of Islam.
The polls also asked whether people of faith were discriminated against in the US, to which 48% said yes, up from 36% the previous year. There was a dead heat (46% to 46%) on whether teaching the Bible in public schools is a violation of the Constitution.
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Summary: http://www.pollingreport.com/religion.htm (scroll down to CBS News Poll April 6-9, 2006)