Pew Research

Pew Research: Churches and religion in Black American life

"Roughly half of Black Americans say predominantly Black Muslim organizations such as the Nation of Islam (of which Malcolm X was once a member) and the federal government have had at least some impact on Black people’s pursuit of equality. . . . About eight-in-ten Black Protestants (81%) and Catholics (82%) say that predominantly Black churches have done at least some to help Black people move toward equality." - Pew

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Pew research: More fathers satisfied with time spent with their kids in pandemic

"46% of fathers reported spending “the right amount” of time with their kids. This marks a 10-percentage-point increase from 2017.... 48% of fathers surveyed last October said they spend 'too little' time with their kids. That figure is down significantly from 63% in 2017." - CPost

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Percentage of Christian registered voters drops 15% since 2008: Pew

"Registered Republican voters have seemingly moved away from God at a slower rate, dropping from 87% Christian in 2008 to 79% Christian in 2019. In comparison, the number of religiously unaffiliated voters has almost doubled from 15% to 28% in the same years." - C.Post

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Pew Survey: Evangelical Teens Differ from Other Christian Teens

"For example, in the area of belief, while almost all young Christians say they believe in God ...evangelicals stand out for their level of certainty. Seven-in-ten (71 percent) say they are absolutely certain that God exists. Far fewer mainline Protestants (49 percent) and Catholics (45 percent) say the same." - TGC

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Pew Research: Mainline Protestants twice as likely as evangelicals to have religiously unaffiliated teenage kids

"In a report released Thursday, Pew found that 80% of evangelicals surveyed had a teenage child who shared their religious identification; 81% of Catholic respondents reported the same. However, mainline Protestant respondents ... 55%." - C.Post

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