Converts (people who have switched religions) who say they share their faith at least weekly.
Those who still belong to their childhood faith who say they share their faith at least weekly.
Americans who think it is okay for churches to apply for government funding to provide social services.
Of pastors who speak to their church on homosexuality several times a year or more, those who also speak on poverty that often.
Of pastors who rarely or never speak on homosexuality, those who those who also speak on poverty several times a year or more.
Profanities in an hour of broadcast prime-time television:
Megachurch pastors' spouses who are also employed by the church.
Megachurch pastors' spouses who work outside the church.
Megachurch pastors' spouses who are not employed outside the home.
Americans who say they have never attended a religious service (2006)
Americans who said this in 1972.
Americans who say there is a lot of discrimination against evangelical Christians.
Evangelicals who say they are a part of a religious minority.
Americans who think the government "should promote traditional values in our society."
Americans who said this a year ago.
of American churches contain half of all churchgoers in the country.
1 in 33
Women who attend worship services monthly or more who have been the object of a sexual advance by a religious leader.
Clergy in the incidents who were married at the time of the advance.
American adults who do not identify with a religious identity, also known as "Nones."
Americans 18-29 who identify as "Nones."
"Nones" who say a personal God definitely exists.
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