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An ex­ten­sive new Pew Re­search Cen­ter for the Peo­ple & the Press sur­vey of Mus­lim-Amer­i­cans finds that al­most three­fourths of them — 72 per­cent — say that the con­tro­ver­sial “ground zero mosque” and Is­lamic cul­tural cen­ter should be built on a site just a few blocks from the site of the World Trade Cen­ter in New York City. One­fifth says the project should not go for­ward.

The pub­lic dif­fers sharply from Mus­lim-Amer­i­cans: 38 per­cent of the pub­lic says it should be al­lowed while a “47 per­cent plu­ral­ity” says it should not be al­lowed,” ac­cord­ing to the sur­vey. See other find­ings in to­day’s Poll du Jour at col­umn’s end. See the en­tire ex­ten­sive poll here: http://peo­

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