Among White Americans, worship service attendance remains highly correlated with presidential vote choice.
Today, there are millions of Christians in India, although they make up just 2.4% of the country’s massive population.
Among churches that posted their sermons, homilies or worship services online between Aug. 31 and Nov. 8, 2020, two-thirds posted at least one message from the pulpit mentioning the election. But discussion varied considerably among the four major Christian groups included in this analysis.
Indians see religious tolerance as a central part of who they are as a nation. Across the major religious groups, most people say it is very important to respect all religions to be “truly Indian.”
63% of U.S adults have a “very” or “mostly” favorable opinion of Pope Francis, according to a Pew Research Center survey conducted in March.
In both parties, fewer now say being Christian or being born in U.S. is important to being ‘truly American’
Republicans and Democrats continue to differ over the factors they see as important for being “truly American.”
Jews in U.S. are far less religious than Christians and Americans overall, at least by traditional measures
Based on certain traditional measures of religious observance, U.S. Jews are far less religious than U.S. Christians and Americans overall.
When it comes to choosing a house of worship, most Black Americans don’t prioritize denominational labels.
Most Democrats and Republicans Know Biden Is Catholic, but They Differ Sharply About How Religious He Is
Joe Biden is just the second Catholic president in U.S. history, after John F. Kennedy. Most U.S. adults know that Biden is Catholic, including majorities within both major political parties, according to a new Pew Research Center survey.
U.S. Catholics divided by party on whether Biden should be denied Communion over his abortion stance
67% of U.S. Catholics say Joe Biden should be allowed to receive Communion during Mass, while 29% say he should not be allowed to do this.