Almost half of teens believe many religions may be true, Pew finds

"Among 13- to 17-year-old teenagers, 45 percent believe many religions may be true, far outpacing the 31 percent who believe only one religion is true, Pew said. A much smaller portion, 15 percent, believe there is little to no truth in any religion, and 8 percent believe no religion is true." - BPNews

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It's not very useful to put the question that way. There is some truth in every religion, and no "religion" is 100% true.... so. If they're aware of that, the "amost half" kids are pretty much correct. I'd like to see Pew ask this, qualifying the question with something like "in their central claims" or something like that.

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