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Tale of 2 surveys: What U.S. Muslims believe
A recent WND/Wenzel poll that assessed the attitudes of American Muslims – finding that nearly half say parodies of Muhammad should be prosecuted criminally and offenders given punishments up to the death penalty – appears to have been confirmed by an unlikely source: the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
The Islamic activists also took a poll, and while it didn't ask the question about Muhammad parodies, it did ask another question similar to the WND/Wenzel poll, and the results were similar.
The CAIR assessment said 68 percent of the respondents, in a survey of 500, said they planned to vote for Barack Obama, 7 percent said they would pick Mitt Romney and 25 percent were undecided.
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