While respondents said they have been met with discrimination in matters related to housing, healthcare and access to services, they rarely report racist incidents because of a lack of trust in authorities.
Some 25 percent of Muslims in France say they have experienced discrimination. In neighbouring Sweden just over a third of those questioned said they had been met with discrimination.
The study is part of a broader research project, which investigates discrimination and racially motivated crimes in the EU’s 27 member states. The project is the first-ever EU-wide survey charting discrimination in the daily lives of immigrants in the union.