Gallup reports: “A decade following September 11, 2001, Muslim Americans still face some public distrust and are more skeptical of law enforcement than are other U.S. faith communities. Despite these challenges, American followers of Islam are optimistic about their future, and they embrace their country’s civic institutions and religious pluralism.”
Download the Gallup survey Muslim Americans: Faith, Freedom, and the Future here.
See also Washington Post, 3 August 2011
Update: See “U.S. Muslims most likely to reject violence: poll”,Daily Star, 4 August 2011