Fact Tank Nov. 17, 2015

5 facts about the Muslim population in Europe

The Muslim share of Europe’s total population has been increasing steadily, growing from 4% in 1990 to 6% in 2010.

Fact Tank Nov. 17, 2015

How Americans are – and aren’t – making eco-friendly lifestyle changes

Two-thirds of Americans say people will have to make major changes in the way they live to reduce the effects of climate change, but data on how much people have actually adopted several recommended lifestyle changes paints a very mixed picture.

Fact Tank Nov. 16, 2015

Church involvement varies widely among U.S. Christians

Some of the largest Christian denominations in the U.S. have relatively low levels of involvement among their members.

Fact Tank Nov. 12, 2015

In China, 1980 marked a generational turning point

The roughly 47% of the population today who were born under the one-child policy lived through a very different China than those born before.

Fact Tank Nov. 11, 2015

Religious ‘nones’ are not only growing, they’re becoming more secular

Religious “nones” make up 23% of U.S. adults, up from 16% in 2007. And only 27% of those “nones” are absolutely certain about God’s existence, down from 36% in 2007.

Nov. 11, 2015

Record share of young women are living with their parents, relatives

A larger share of young women live at home with their parents or other relatives than at any point since 1940, as more attend college and marry later in life.

Fact Tank Nov. 10, 2015

5 facts about Republicans

Republican voters give the current field of presidential candidates higher ratings than at comparable times in the past two nomination contests.

Fact Tank Nov. 10, 2015

Key takeaways on mobile apps and privacy

Six-in-ten app downloaders have chosen not to install an app when they discovered how much personal information the app required in order to use it.

Fact Tank Nov. 10, 2015

Most Americans believe in heaven … and hell

72% of Americans believe in heaven, while 58% believe in hell.

Fact Tank Nov. 9, 2015

As American homes get bigger, energy efficiency gains are wiped out

U.S. homes are more energy-efficient per square foot than they used to be. But they’re also bigger, and their increased size offsets most of the efficiency gains.