PublicationsDecember 18, 2008

Many Americans Say Other Faiths Can Lead to Eternal Life

InteractivesDecember 11, 2008

Being Good for Goodness’ Sake?

PublicationsDecember 8, 2008

Religion and Race: A Historical and Contemporary Perspective

InteractivesDecember 4, 2008

The Importance of Pilgrimage to Muslim Americans

InteractivesOctober 23, 2008

How Church Attendance Affects Religious Voting Patterns

PublicationsSeptember 12, 2008

Palin V.P. Nomination Puts Pentecostalism in the Spotlight

PublicationsSeptember 9, 2008

Analyzing the Fall Campaign: Religion and the Presidential Election

PublicationsJune 23, 2008

Press Conference Transcript: U.S. Religious Landscape Survey

PublicationsJune 19, 2008

Global Anglicanism at a Crossroads

PublicationsJune 1, 2008

U.S. Religious Landscape Survey: Religious Beliefs and Practices

A major survey confirms the close link between Americans’ religious affiliation, beliefs and practices, on the one hand, and their social and political attitudes, on the other. The social and political fault lines in American society run through, as well as alongside, religious traditions.