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.
About a third of U.S. parents with children under 18 say it’s extremely or very important to them that their kids share their religious beliefs.
Religiously unaffiliated people were harassed by governments, private groups or both in 27 countries in 2020.
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While there has been a decades-long decline in the Christian share of U.S. adults, 88% of the voting members in the new 118th Congress identify as Christian. That is only a few points lower than their share in the late 1970s.
58% of U.S. adults say they do not believe “we are living in the end times” – the destruction of the world as we know it.
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Evangelical Protestant adults under 40 are more likely than older evangelicals to say climate change is an extremely or very serious problem.
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There has been a jump in the share of U.S. adults who see the Supreme Court as “friendly” toward religion.
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Our study analyzes 198 countries and territories and is based on policies and events in 2020, the most recent year for which data is available.
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