Pew studies and analyzes issues at the intersection of religion and public affairs by conducting surveys, demographic analyses, and other research about the practice of religion and its place in American life.
Recent work includes a major portrait of Jews in America and interviews with 38,000 Muslims around the globe to provide a more complete understanding of the beliefs and political views of members of the world’s second- largest religion.
While the largest Christian traditions and religious “nones” can be consistently analyzed, smaller groups produce a large margin of error.
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As of August 2022, the College of Cardinals will have 132 voting members, 40% of whom are European, down from 52% in 2013.
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Americans increasingly say gender is determined by one’s sex assigned at birth, but they differ by religion on this and other transgender issues.
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Opinion on the legality of abortion has changed little since before the court's decision, with 62% now saying abortion should be legal in all or most cases.
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Here are key findings from our research on the relationship between religion and government in the U.S. and Americans' views on the issue.
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U.S. adults disagree over whether legal restrictions on abortion are an effective way to reduce the number of abortions in the U.S.
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