For instance, 42 percent of the highly religious (versus 15 percent of citizens who are "not very religious") believe that American Muslims should have to register their whereabouts with the government; 34 percent (versus 13 percent) say that U.S. mosques should be monitored; and 40 percent (versus 19 percent) look favorably on government infiltration of Islamic civic and volunteer organizations.
The Bible does teach Christians to love thy neighbor, but apparently it hasn't taken hold. Maybe the religious should spend a bit more time studying the US Constitution--it's got a few pearls of wisdom too.
Interestingly, the "highly religious" are also significantly more distrusting of American Muslims the more TV news they watch, whereas the "not very religious" are slightly more trusting with increased news coverage. Gee, could that be because the religious watch nothing but the incredibly biased FOX?