Ok, I went to the pains of finding the original pdf, its hard to find as the original link is 404 but you can find it here
Now you linked to the daily mail, otherwise know as the daily hate. To show the bias read its article on the survey versus this one and you will see the hate filled anger the daily mail is going for.
The headline of the daily mail article is
Almost a quarter of Muslims believe 7/7 was justified
but the question asked in the survey was
To what extent do you agree that the July bombings were
justified because of British support for the war on terror?
(To which 11% strongly agreed, 11% tended to agree, with it saying all agree was 22%. I don't know where they got the 24% I think maybe channel 4 shifted the figures slightly for some reason).
Now as you can see the question is not as the title of the article suggests, "Do you believe the July bombings are justified?" but "...were justified because of British support for the war on terror?".
This is really badly worded, I can read it to mean did the bombers justify it because of the British support for the war on terror, in which case I would also agree with this statement. I'm not saying everyone who read the question interpreted it that way but I'm sure some did.
On doing a little reading around this study, I found this blog and specifically this comment, that reflects my views on it, I'll the relevant part below
Posted by: Bernard Bumner Author Profile Page | October 7, 2009 5:53 AM
If, on the other hand, you are using this to support your case:
To what extent do you agree that the July bombings were justified because of British support for the war on terror?
22% All Agree
Then I would have to say that I don't really understand the question - the bombers certainly justified their unjust actions by reference to British support fo the war on terror.
It is an ambiguous question. I suspect that many people were expressing support for the bombers, but I cannot reasonably conclude that it is all of that 22% of respondents, and in the absence of properly published methodology and data, I certainly wouldn't extrapolate this to represent British Muslims as a whole.
Actually, the presentation of that survey data is rather worrying, because it conflates (via proximity) the 7/7 bombings (the qeustion above) with what could easily be benign insight into social discord; 13% of respondents agreeing that,
I can understand why young British Muslims might want to carry out suiceide [sic] operations
At the same time, offering up the absolutely meaningless:
It is acceptable for religious or political groups to use violence
(Which only 9% agree with, and tends to cast further doubt on the idea that 22% agree with the actions of the 7/7 bombers).
It be blunt, it is not well-presented data, and is therefore difficult to draw conclusions from.
On other matters: I'm not sure why anybody on this thread would assume that anti-semite, Holocaust denier, and convicted racist Nick Griffin is not a racist leader of a racist political party.