6% of US Muslims – and 15% of US Muslims under 30 – believe that “bombing and other attacks intentionally aimed at civilians” are “often or sometimes justified”. Sounds bad, but what happens when you ask the same question of non-Muslim Americans? Turns out that 24% of all Americans agreed – four times the 6% of US Muslims who share that view. So are US Muslims more peaceful than their non-Muslim neighbors?
Compared to 24% of Americans overall: