Nearly 84% of our population identifies with a specific religious group. Regardless of their political, economic, and social stand, religion remains a fundamental part of many. Moreover, faith comes in many forms and varying degrees. Considering how different religions are being represented in various communities, a person might not easily perceive the belief systems and traditions they practice.

Muslims, followers of Islam, make up the second-largest religious group in the world. With its growing community, Islamophobia, a term used to describe irrational hostility, fear, hatred, or discrimination of Islam, Muslims, and Islamic culture, has not improved but rather worsened, especially among Western countries. To emphasize, it was long ago when France became the first country to ban the wearing of the burqa in public places, and a few other countries followed, including the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, and Denmark.

Earlier this year, we saw how far Islamophobia has developed in France. Their administrative court, despite the appeal of the city of Grenoble, has banned the use of burkini in public pools. According to the court, it could not allow selective exceptions to the rules to satisfy certain religious demands.

And with the world becoming increasingly secular in the last few decades, there are still issues regarding the restriction of religious dresses and denying Muslims and Muslim women their right to freedom. Thus, Real Research launched a survey to seek the public’s opinion about wearing religious attire relative to Muslims in public places.

Hence, hurry and answer the survey on wearing religious attire in public on the Real Research app from June 24, 2022. After that, you will receive 20 TNC as a reward.

Survey Details

Survey Title:
Survey on Wearing Religious Attire in Public

Target Number of Participants:
30,000 Users


Nationality: All
Age: 21-99
Gender: All
Resident Country: All
Marital Status: All
Language: All
KYC Level: All

Note: This survey is closed. You can view the results here – 75% of Respondents Support Wearing Religious Attire in Public.