Poll: Majority of Israelis see non-Orthodox converts a part of Jewish people

Poll: Israelis view non-Orthodox converts as Jews

Flap over Quran burning an unwelcome distraction from Obama’s efforts to keep focus on economy

President Barack Obama

Half of poll respondents oppose mosque near WTC; majority say people have right to build it

Poll: NYers conflicted on mosque near WTC

NEW YORK — A new poll finds New Yorkers are conflicted about the construction of a mosque near the World Trade Center site, with half of respondents opposed to the project and a majority saying people have the right to build an Islamic center near ground zero.

President Obama a Muslim? Facts are not enough to stop myths from taking on lives of their own

Obama a Muslim? Rumors gain steam, defying facts

White House says Obama is Christian, prays daily as poll shows 1 in 5 think he’s a Muslim

Protesters rally outside the White House

Australia’s first female prime minister faces voter backlash at first election

Australian PM faces voter backlash at election

Poll: 1 in 5 incorrectly say Obama is a Muslim as president’s religion remains mystery to many

U.S. President Barack Obama joins Martha Coakley

How the AP-Univision poll was conducted

How the AP-Univision poll was conducted

The Associated Press-Univision poll of Hispanic adults was conducted by the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago from March 11-June 3. It is based on a nationally representative random sample of 1,521 Hispanic adults. Data were gathered via mail, the Internet and telephone. The majority of interviews were completed via mail (82 percent); 15 percent were completed by via telephone and four percent via the Internet.

AP-Univision Poll: Young Hispanics less likely to be Catholic; a divide on social issues

Poll: Young Hispanics less likely to be Catholic

Pew survey: Europeans generally back bans on face-covering Islamic veils, most Americans don’t

Survey: Europeans back veil ban, Americans opposed

What boycott? Hispanic immigrants more likely to fill out census than US-born counterparts