|Average compensation for Protestant senior pastors in America.||Americans who say 9/11 proves there's "too much religion in the world."||Population of Brazil that is Protestant today.|
|Average compensation in 1992.||Americans who say it proves there's "too little religion."||Brazil's Protestant population in 1991.|
Sources: Barna Research Group, Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, Associated Press
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Americans Struggle with Religion's Role at Home and Abroad—Pew Research Center (March 20, 2002)
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