There has been a jump in the share of U.S. adults who see the Supreme Court as “friendly” toward religion.
How do Republicans who support legal abortion and Democrats who oppose it differ from their fellow partisans? One difference involves religion.
Like Americans overall, Catholics vary in their abortion views, with regular Mass attenders most opposed
About three-quarters of U.S. Catholics (76%) say abortion should be illegal in some cases but legal in others.
One year in, Biden job approval down among Black Protestants, other Christians and religious ‘nones’
While Biden’s rating is still low among White Christians, positive ratings also fell among Black Protestants and the religiously unaffiliated.
Christians, religiously unaffiliated differ on whether most things in society can be divided into good, evil
Highly religious Americans are much more likely to see society in those terms, while nonreligious people tend to see more ambiguity.
A majority of Republicans along with a smaller but substantial majority of Democrats believe in heaven, hell or some other form of afterlife.
Here are some recent survey findings about Joe Biden, the pope, the debate over whether the president should receive Communion, and more.
More White Americans adopted than shed evangelical label during Trump presidency, especially his supporters
A new analysis of survey data finds that there has been no large-scale departure from evangelicalism among White Americans.
The U.S. Muslim population has grown in the decades since 9/11, but views toward them have become increasingly polarized along political lines.
Among White Americans, worship service attendance remains highly correlated with presidential vote choice.