By some key measures, Americans ages 18 to 29 are considerably less
religious than older Americans, according to a new report released by
the Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion & Public Life.
Eight years after the terrorist attacks of 9/11, Americans see Muslims
as facing more discrimination inside the U.S. than other major religious
groups. Nearly six-in-ten adults say that Muslims are subject to a lot
A new survey finds that Americans change their religious affiliation early and
often, and the reasons they give for changing—or leaving religion
altogether—differ widely depending on the origin and destination of
"Faith in Flux: Changes in Religious Affiliation in the U.S." is a
follow-up to the U.S. Religious Landscape Survey, conducted by the Pew
Forum in 2007 and released in 2008, which found that a remarkably high
number of people have changed their religious affiliation since
On the eve of Black History Month, the Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion & Public Life released a new analysis that paints a detailed religious portrait of African-Americans.
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