Data: Global Christianity
View data on Christians in 232 countries in a series of sortable data tables. View all Christians and each tradition by number, as a percentage of the total Christian population and as a percentage of the overall population.
Map: Global Christianity
Select one of 232 countries, a region or the world to see the size of the Christian population in 2010. Filter data to see the 2010 population of the Christian traditions.
Quiz: How much do you know about Christianity around the world?
Test your knowledge with our short, 10-question quiz, which includes questions on the size and distribution of the 2010 global Christian population.
Video: The Military-Civilian Gap
These videos and an audio slideshow discuss the findings from surveys of veterans and the general public that examine the rewards and burdens of military service.
Database: Directory of Religious Advocacy Organizations
A searchable directory of religious and religion-related organizations in the Washington, D.C. area engaged in activities that seek to affect public policy
Infographic: The Tablet Revolution
Key findings from a survey report on tablet news consumption by the Project for Excellence in collaboration with the Economist Group.
Infographic: A Portrait of Muslim Americans
Key findings from the 2011 survey of 1,033 Muslim American adults 18 years old and older.
Infographic: The Value of College
These interactive charts explore the attitudes of the public and of college presidents about the value, cost, quality, mission and payoff of higher education.
Quiz: The Political Typology Test
The Political Typology is a longstanding effort to sort voters into homogeneous groups based on their values, political beliefs and party affiliation. The latest analysis divides the U.S. public into nine distinct groups and reveals that beyond the much touted “red” and “blue” split, there are important cleavages on values and basic attitudes within each political party. Take the test and find out where you fit.
Quiz: Judging Family Trends: Where Do You Fit?
The American public is sharply divided in its judgments about the sweeping changes in the structure of the American family that have unfolded over the past half century.