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Roughly half or more in Kazakhstan (77%), Albania (72%), Bosnia-Herzegovina (59%), Kosovo (55%), Russia (51%), Kyrgyzstan (50%) and Turkey (48%) do not believe Muslims have a duty to proselytize.
Opinion is divided in Azerbaijan (42% say it is a religious obligation, 36% disagree).
Somewhat smaller majorities take this view in Lebanon (66%) and Tunisia (72%).
For example, in Russia, Muslims who pray several times a day are 41 percentage points more likely than those who pray less often to believe Islam is the one true path to eternal salvation.
Significant gaps on this question between those who pray several times a day and those who pray less often also are found in Kosovo ( 34 percentage points), Albania ( 28) and Bosnia-Herzegovina ( 27).
Even in countries where a substantial proportion of the population is non-Muslim, most Muslims report that all or most of their friends also are Muslim.
And while interfaith meetings and classes of Muslims and Christians are fairly common in sub-Saharan Africa, few Muslims in other regions participate in such gatherings.
Many Muslims say they know little about Christianity and other faiths.