Dalia Mogahed et al., Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, n.d.
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We found that higher scores on the Islamophobia Index are associated with 1) greater acceptance of targeting civilians, whether it is a military or individual/small group that is doling out the violence, 2) greater acquiescence to limiting both press freedoms and institutional checks following a hypothetical terror attack, and 3) greater support for the so-called “Muslim ban” and the surveillance of American mosques (or their outright building prohibition).
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