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In U.S. poll, 44% favour restricting Muslims' rights
Over a quarter would force Muslims to register with government
Republicans, the 'highly religious' and TV news-watchers more likely to back repression
ITHACA, N.Y. — Nearly one-half of Americans believe the U.S. government should restrict the civil liberties of Muslim-Americans, a national poll indicates.
The survey conducted by Cornell University also found Republicans and people who described themselves as highly religious were more apt to support curtailing Muslims' civil liberties than Democrats or people who are less religious.