FINALLY, a valid measure of prejudice. When liberal researchers want to measure the extent of prejudice in American society, they ask people if they are against affirmative action. They pose as scientists, but really they're conmen. If you want to ask somebody if they're prejudiced, ask if they're prejudiced. The researcher responds that nobody, not even a bigot, will admit it. But we see here that 43 percent of Americans--a large number--admit to feeling at least a little prejudice toward Muslims.
It's revealing that more Americans are prejudiced against Christians than Jews. The country is more anti-Christian than anti-Jewish.