1.9% Media coverage in the presidential primary season that focused on religion.
2.1% Media coverage that focused on race or gender.
80.8% Media coverage that focused on campaign strategy and other "horse-race" elements.
(Source: Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life)
40% "Unchurched" Americans (those who say they don't regularly attend services) who actually attend on occasion.
37% "Churched" Americans (those who say they are regular attenders) who don't attend at least weekly.
(Source: Ellison Research)
35% Likelihood in 1990 that a pregnancy in a U.S. woman under 18 ended in abortion.
29% Likelihood in 2004.
46% Drop in the pregnancy rate among women under 18 between 1990 and 2004.
(Source: National Vital Statistics Reports)
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