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Multi-section reportsOctober 26, 2016

One-in-Five U.S. Adults Were Raised in Interfaith Homes

Roughly one-in-five U.S. adults were raised with a mixed religious background, according to a new Pew Research Center study.

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InteractivesOctober 13, 2016

Video: Israel’s Religiously Divided Society

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Polling and AnalysisSeptember 27, 2016

American and Israeli Jews: Twin Portraits From Pew Research Center Surveys

Pew Research Center has surveyed Jewish adults in Israel and the U.S. and has found deep bonds between them. Nevertheless, their experiences and perspectives are very different.

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Multi-section reportsJuly 13, 2016

Evangelicals Rally to Trump, Religious ‘Nones’ Back Clinton

California Food Bank Struggles To Keep Stock Up Amid Economic Climate
Multi-section reportsApril 12, 2016

Religion in Everyday Life

A new Pew Research Center study of the ways religion influences the daily lives of Americans finds that people who are highly religious are more engaged with their extended families, more likely to volunteer, more involved in their communities and generally happier with the way things are going in their lives.

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Multi-section reportsMarch 8, 2016

Israel’s Religiously Divided Society

There are deep divisions in Israeli society over political values and religion’s role in public life — not only between Jews and the Arab minority, but also among the religious subgroups that make up Israeli Jewry.

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Data VisualizationFebruary 29, 2016

How religious is your state?

Southern states are among the most highly religious states in the U.S., while those in New England are among the least devout.

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Multi-section reportsFebruary 3, 2016

Republicans Prefer Blunt Talk About Islamic Extremism, Democrats Favor Caution

Half of Americans say the next president should be careful not to criticize Islam as a whole when speaking about Islamic extremists, while four-in-ten want the next president to speak bluntly about Islamic extremists even if the statements are critical of Islam as a whole.

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InteractivesNovember 16, 2015

Event: Is the American Public Becoming Less Religious?

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InteractivesNovember 3, 2015

Video: How the U.S. Public Became Less Religious