Danish Muslims and the rest of the population have very different opinions about whether there should be special consideration given to Muslim children at schools and daycare centres, according to a Wilke poll conducted for Jyllands-Posten.

While nearly 74 percent of the Muslims said there should be a shower curtain hung so that it's possible to take a shower privately after sports or swimming, only 40 percent of the Danes believed one was needed.

Some 83.4 percent of Muslims said halal meat should be served at Danish nurseries, kindergartens and schools, compared to just one in four of the Danes.

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