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College graduates are somewhat less likely than those with lower levels of education to say they pray all five salah daily: 36% say they do this, compared with 44% of those without college degrees.
In addition, Shiite Muslims are far less likely than Sunnis to say they attend on a weekly basis.Younger Muslims and older Muslims report attending mosque at roughly similar rates, as do U. But more Muslim men than women say they attend mosque regularly; this may reflect a traditional understanding among many Muslims that regular mosque attendance is expected of men but not required of women.Roughly three-quarters of American Muslims say they are satisfied with the quality of mosques available to them (73%), while 17% are dissatisfied and just 3% say there are no mosques nearby.Converts give a variety of reasons for changing faiths.
Roughly one-in-four (24%) say they prefer the beliefs and teachings of Islam or find more meaning in Islam than in their previous faith, and one-in-five say reading religious texts and studying the faith were the main reasons for their conversion.
A quarter (25%) say they pray less often, and 15% say they pray.