Charting Americans’ religious affiliations

If the U.S. was a small town with a population of 100 people, 47 would be Protestant, 21 would be Catholic, and two would be Jewish. What about comparisons by age, gender, race or region?

Click here or the image below to read an article by Pew Research Center on the break down of national religious affiliation based on the 2014 Religious Landscape Study.

 

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