Results of poll
Gender of participants
Age of participants
I feel at home in the country I live in.
I think of myself as a religious person.
I am confident about my looks.
I am worried about the future.
I am interested in politics.
I believe what I read/see in the media.
In school they don’t teach us things that really matter.
I contribute to a better world.
It is OK to use radical means and break the law to achieve change in society if it is to make the world a better place.
About my country and unfairness
I can be who I am in society, and do not have to change anything to fit in.
I have the same opportunities as other people in my country.
I think our society is unjust and that people are treated unfairly.
I think I can get any job I want, as long as I have the required education
I speak up when I feel something is unfair or that people are treated badly.
I have been out on the streets protesting for what I believe in on one or more occassions.
Freedom of expression is a fundamental right even if it offends those who think differently.
I think one should be allowed to say whatever you want in public.
About news and media
I am well informed about what happens in the world, I follow the news and talk to friends and family about this.
My choices and opinions are influenced by the media.
People of my background are often presented negatively in the media.
I use mainstream media (newspaper, TV, internet) every day to learn about what is happening in the world.
The way I look is very important to me.
I use social media (Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat etc.) every day.
I think it is OK to post photos of yourself in your underwear on social media.
I act and look nicer on the internet than in real life.
I feel more like myself on social media than I do in real life.
About friends and family
Were your parents born in the country you live in now?
Were your grandparents born in the country you live now?
I will be a very different person than my parents.
My parents fully understand me.
Everything that bothers me I tell to my parents.
I have no secrets from my parents.
Friendship is more important than family.
I would like to have more friends.
My friends are there for me when I feel bad.
It’s easy for me to make friends.
I have no secrets at all from my friends.
You can only be friends with someone if you understand each other fully.
About religion and my country
I feel that I can practice my religion in my country.
I have experienced negative comments about religious people.
You should be able to make fun of everything, including religion.
All people should have the right to practice their own religion
People who have chosen to go and live in the Caliphate, should not be allowed to come back
I understand why young people decide to leave their country to go to the Caliphate.
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