American evangelicals who say school boards should have the right to fire homosexual teachers.
American evangelicals who said this in 1987.
American evangelicals in 1987 who said AIDS might be a punishment for immoral sexual behavior
American evangelicals who believe this today.
American evangelicals in 1987 who "completely disagree" that women should return to their traditional roles in society.
American evangelicals who "completely disagree" today.
Visits to religious websites in the U.S. are declining rapidly. They dropped over 30% within the last year, down 35% the last two years.
Weblogs that focus on religion, spirituality, or faith
Internet users who have done things online that related to religious or spiritual matters
Growth in web pages dealing with God, religion, and churches between 1999 and 2004.
Sources: Pew Research Center for The People & The Press, Pew Internet & American Life Project: Faith Online, Pew Internet & American Life Project: Bloggers, Time, and The Washington Post
See our earlier Go Figure postings from May 2007, April 2007, March 2007, February 2007, January 2007, December 2006, November 2006, October 2006, and earlier issues.
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