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In U.S., religious minorities more likely to have college degrees than Christian majority

% with higher education, by religion

Hindus

96%

Jews

75

Muslims

54

Buddhists

53

Unaffiliated

44

39% U.S. average

Christians

36

Note: Adults ages 25 years and older as of 2010 (or latest year available).
Source: Pew Research Center analysis. See Methodology for more details.
“Religion and Education Around the World”

PEW RESEARCH CENTER