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Recent statistics on how many evangelicals believe in astrology, the Religious Right, and other data.
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12.3%

Americans who believe astrology impacts one's life and personality.

13.6%

Evangelicals who believe this.

16.5%

Americans who claim no religious affiliation who believe this.

20%

White evangelicals who consider themselves part of the Religious Right.

7%

White evangelicals who consider themselves part of the Religious Left.

7%

White mainline Christians who consider themselves part of the Religious Left.

69%

Americans who say liberals have gone too far in keeping religion out of schools and government.

49%

Americans who say conservative Christians have gone too far in trying to impose their religious values on the country (up four points since 2005).



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Source: Baylor Religion Survey, Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life

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