More than 70 percent of Muslim-Americans approve of President Barack Obama's job performance, a higher percentage than that of any other religious group, according to data released by Gallup Friday. On the other end of the spectrum, only 18 percent of Mormons said they approve of the President's performance.
Overall, the data suggests a sharp religious division. Non-Christians are much more likely to approve of Obama's performance than their Christian counterparts -- minorities of Protestants, Catholics and Mormons approve of the President while majorities of Jewish, Muslim, non-religious, and other non-Christian people do so.
The data also show that most Americans continue to identify as Christians, with approximately 50 percent saying they are Protestant and 25 percent saying they are Catholic.
Obama's approval rating across all groups stands at 43 percent.
The data, complied from 88,000 interviews, was collected during interviews for Gallup's daily tracking poll during the first six months of 2014.