Tag: Pew Research Center


Women are becoming more involved in U.S. mosques

Women continue to be less involved than men in mosque life …

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Americans oppose religious exemptions from coronavirus-related restrictions

Few regular worshippers say their congregations are operating normally, and most …

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Religion and Living Arrangements Around the World

Muslims and Hindus have larger households than Christians and religious ‘nones,’ …

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Podcast: A Global Study on Government Restrictions and Social Hostilities Related to Religion

Restrictions on religion rose around the globe in 2016, according to …

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5 facts about the religious makeup of the 116th Congress

The new Congress is slightly more religiously diverse than its predecessor, …

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Study shows the U.S. attracts an elite Muslim and Hindu population

Hindus and Muslims who have migrated to the United States in …

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Americans say religious aspects of Christmas are declining in public life

Americans say religious aspects of Christmas are declining in public life

As long-simmering debates continue over how American society should commemorate the …

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Why Americans go (and don’t go) to religious services

Many cite practical or personal reasons, rather than lack of belief, …

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Republicans account for a small but steady share of U.S. Muslims

Many more U.S. Muslims identify with or lean toward the Democratic …

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The Religious Typology

A new way to categorize Americans by religion Most U.S. adults …

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In Western Europe, familiarity with Muslims is linked to positive views of Muslims and Islam

Across Western Europe, people who say they personally know a Muslim …

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Measuring Attitudes Toward Muslims and Jews in Western Europe

Measuring attitudes toward Muslims and Jews in Western Europe

The religious landscape of Western Europe is changing. The Christian population is …

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