Muslims in America Policy Poll: What Muslims Want Heading into the 2020 General Election

Learn more about what priority policies American Muslims - especially those in key battleground states - would like to see addressed in the upcoming election. Session held on August 25, 2020.

The Muslims in America Policy Poll surveyed Muslims in America around the issues and policies most urgent to them in order for national Muslim civic engagement organizations to get a snapshot of issues impacting our communities and inform candidates in federal, state and local elections about the community’s policy priorities.

The poll was created and distributed through a partnership of Muslim organizations including America Indivisible, Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), Emgage USA, Jetpac, Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), MPower Change and Poligon Education Fund — consolidating efforts to educate and mobilize a Muslim constituency.

The poll consisted of 1500 respondents and reflected a snapshot of the diverse Muslim community— comprising of African American/Black, Arab/Middle Eastern, South Asians and White community members from over 45 states.

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