Chapter 2: Religious Switching and Intermarriage

Like the 2007 Religious Landscape Study, the new survey shows a remarkable degree of churn in the U.S. religious landscape. If Protestantism is treated as a single religious group, then fully 34% of American adults currently have a religious identity different from the one in which they were raised, which is up six percentage points … Continue reading Chapter 2: Religious Switching and Intermarriage