4%   Black evangelicals who identified as Republicans in the early 1990s.

8%   Black evangelicals who identified as Republicans in 2007.

Source: Pew Research Center



53%   African Americans who say that blacks who don't get ahead are mainly responsible for their situation.

30%   African Americans who say that racial discrimination is mainly to blame.

58%   African Americans who blamed racial discrimination in 1995.

15%   Whites who say that racial discrimination is mainly to blame.

Source: Pew Research Center



3:1   Ratio of Jews to Muslims in the U.S.

7:6   Ratio of Buddhists to Muslims.

3.4%   Americans who identify as Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, or Hindu.

Source: Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life



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See our earlier Go Figure postings from April 2008, March 2008, February 2008, January 2008, December 2007, November 2007, October 2007, September 2007, August 2007, July 2007, June 2007, May 2007, April 2007, and earlier issues.

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