UncategorizedJanuary 14, 2021

Measuring Religion in Pew Research Center’s American Trends Panel

Since the establishment of the ATP, the Center has gradually migrated away from telephone polling and toward online survey administration, and since early 2019, the Center has conducted most of its U.S. polling on the ATP. This shift has major implications for the way the Center measures trends in American religion – including those from the Center’s flagship Religious Landscape Studies, which were conducted by phone in 2007 and 2014.

UncategorizedJanuary 4, 2021

Faith on the Hill

When it comes to religious affiliation, the 117th U.S. Congress looks similar to the previous Congress but quite different from Americans overall.

UncategorizedNovember 10, 2020

In 2018, Government Restrictions on Religion Reach Highest Level Globally in More Than a Decade

In 2018, the global median level of government restrictions on religion – that is, laws, policies and actions by officials that impinge on religious beliefs and practices – continued to climb, reaching an all-time high since Pew Research Center began tracking these trends in 2007.

UncategorizedSeptember 10, 2020

U.S. Teens Take After Their Parents Religiously, Attend Services Together and Enjoy Family Rituals

American adolescents often participate at parents’ behest, and tend to be less religious in more personal, private ways.

UncategorizedAugust 7, 2020

Americans Oppose Religious Exemptions From Coronavirus-Related Restrictions

Few regular worshippers say their congregations are operating normally, and most support the precautions being taken.

UncategorizedMarch 12, 2020

White Evangelicals See Trump as Fighting for Their Beliefs, Though Many Have Mixed Feelings About His Personal Conduct

White evangelicals largely see Trump as fighting for their beliefs and advancing their interests, and they feel their side generally has been winning recently on political matters important to them.

UncategorizedJanuary 22, 2020

What Americans Know About the Holocaust

Most U.S. adults know what the Holocaust was and approximately when it happened, but fewer than half can correctly answer multiple-choice questions about the number of Jews who were murdered or the way Adolf Hitler came to power, according to a new Pew Research Center survey.

UncategorizedJuly 15, 2019

Acknowledgments

UncategorizedNovember 20, 2018

Methodology

UncategorizedOctober 29, 2018

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