American Views on Arab and Muslim Americans

Posted on October 05, 2010 in Reports

Zogby International was commissioned by Dr. James Zogby to conduct an online survey of 2100 adults. A sampling of Zogby International's online panel, which is representative of the adult population of the US, was invited to participate. Slight weights were added to region, party, age, race, religion, gender, education to more accurately reflect the population. The margin of error is +/- 2.2 percentage points. Margins of error are higher in sub-groups. The MOE calculation is for sampling error only.

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Arab-Americans favor Democrats, poll shows

Posted by Denver Post Wire Report on October 05, 2010 in News Clips

WASHINGTON — Arab-Americans, once considered a political swing group, are now solidly Democratic, according to a poll released Monday.

The survey conducted for the Arab American Institute by Zogby International indicates that Arab-Americans prefer Democratic candidates in the Nov. 2 midterm elections and that they overwhelmingly favor a Democrat-controlled Congress.

The survey found that the controversy over the proposed New York mosque and community center reinforced Arab-Americans' Democratic leanings because many critics of the plan were Republicans.

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Not Quite White: Race Classification and the Arab American Experience

Posted on September 09, 2010 in Arab American Institute

(Chapter in Arabs in America: Building a New Future)

This paper was first presented on April 4, 1997 at a symposium on Arab Americans by the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, Georgetown University.

Issues of race and identity are certainly dominant factors in American social history. The dual legacies of slavery and massive immigration – and how they have intersected over time – deeply conditioned the ways in which the citizenry relates to race, and how the government intercedes to classify the population.

Throughout the more than 100 years that Arabs have immigrated to the U.S., there has been the...

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Detailed State Profiles

Posted on July 02, 2010 in Arab American Institute

Primary ethnic identification is derived from responses to the ancestry question on the long (sample) form of the 2008 American Community Survey (ACS). ACS data on “Arabs” include the responses Lebanese, Syrian, Egyptian, Iraqi, Jordanian, Palestinian, Moroccan, Arab or Arabic, and the following countries collapsed as “Other Arab”: Algeria, Bahrain, Djibouti, Kuwait, Libya, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen. We also include Arabic-speaking persons who identify as Assyrian/Chaldean, Somali or Sudanese, identities which are not aggregated as Arab in Census reports.

California

The population who identified an Arabic speaking...

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Demographics

Posted on June 28, 2010
Arab immigrants began coming to the U.S. is sizable numbers during the 1880’s. It is estimated that nearly 3.5 million Americans trace their roots to an Arab country. Arab Americans are found in every state, but more than two thirds of them live in just ten states (California, Michigan, New York, Florida, Texas, New Jersey, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia). Metropolitan Los Angeles, Detroit, and New York are home to one-third of the population.
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Opinion Poll: 2nd Oliver Wyman / Zogby survey: GCC Attitudes on Labor Reform

Posted on May 12, 2010 in Reports

May 12, 2010, UAE – The second Oliver Wyman / Zogby International survey of 134 C-suite (including CEOs, CFOs and COOs) executives in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates finds the business mood in the region upbeat. GCC executives expressed uniform confidence when asked about immediate and near term prospects: 58% of those surveyed find current conditions improved, and 82% are optimistic about the prospects for the next two years. Although business confidence in the UAE has risen 29 percentage points to 74% since the last report in October 2009, the...

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American Opinions on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Posted on March 25, 2010 in Reports

More than four-in-five Americans (81%) agree the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has a negative impact on U.S. interests, including a majority of both Democrats (88%) and Republicans (77%), a new Arab American Institute/Zogby Interactive survey finds. While Americans agree the conflict has a negative impact, they are split about how to deal with the situation. Fifty percent of Americans agree the Obama Administration should steer a middle course in pursuing peace in the Middle East. There is a strong divide on this question with 73% of Democrats agreeing that the President should steer a middle course while only 24% of Republicans hold...

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Opinion Poll: 81% of Americans Agree Israeli-Pales. Conflict Negatively Impacts U.S.

Posted on March 25, 2010 in Reports

Washington D.C. – More than four-in-five Americans (81%) agree the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has a negative impact on U.S. interests, including a majority of both Democrats (88%) and Republicans (77%), a new Arab American Institute/Zogby Interactive survey finds. While Americans agree the conflict has a negative impact, they are split about how to deal with the situation. Fifty percent of Americans agree the Obama Administration should steer a middle course in pursing peace in the Middle East. There is a strong divide on this question with 73% of Democrats agreeing that the President should steer a middle course while only...

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Poll Findings Show Widening Partisan Gap on Views of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Posted on March 22, 2010 in Press Releases

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Zogby: Israel retains greater public support than the Palestinians but Americans display a deepening partisan divide on all questions related to the Middle East with Democrats holding strong negative views toward Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and his current policies.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – As Members of Congress join the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) policy conference tonight it is interesting to note the latest polling data on American views of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and its impact on U.S. national security.

The results of...

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2010 Census PSAs

Posted on March 17, 2010 in Arab American Institute

The Arab American Institute (AAI) launched on February 25th a nationwide Public Service Announcement (PSA) campaign to promote the 2010 Census 2010 in the Arab American media in advance of Census Day on April 1, 2010.

The PSA campaign includes a 30-second television spot, a 60-second radio spot, and a print ad—each available in Arabic and English. The Ad campaign was endorsed by 19 organizations representing tens of thousands of Arab Americans across the country. to produce a census media campaign that is specific to our community and utilizes trusted Arab American leaders to spread the message...

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