When it comes to religion, the Asian-American community is a study in contrasts, comprising groups that run the gamut from highly religious to highly secular. A new survey report examines the Asian-American population from the angle of religious affiliation, highlighting the beliefs, practices and views of Christians, Buddhists, Hindus, the religiously unaffiliated and other faiths.|
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|JULY 19 - USA TODAY|
An article highlights the key findings of a new Pew Forum survey report
on the religious affiliation, beliefs, practices and views of Asian Americans and cites Senior Researcher Cary Funk.
|JULY 17 - THE NATIONAL JOURNAL|
An article about Muslim American comedian Dean Obeidallah's use of humor to address sensitive topics cites findings from the Pew Research Center's 2011 survey of Muslim Americans
. The article highlights the finding that nearly half of the Muslims surveyed say that Muslim leaders in the U.S. have not done enough to speak out against Islamic extremists.
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