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Slowdown in the Rise of Religious Nones
The percentage of Americans with no formal religious identity has increased dramatically since the 1950s, but that increase appears to have leveled off in Gallup's recent data.
Religion and Wellbeing in the U.S.: Update
New Gallup data add evidence for the long-established connection between individual religiosity and wellbeing in the U.S.
In U.S., Childhood Churchgoing Habits Fade in Adulthood
Although 67% of U.S. adults say they attended religious services regularly while they were growing up, 31% attend regularly today.
How Religious Are Americans?
About three in four Americans have a religious preference, but less than half say that religion is "very important" to them, that they belong to a church or that they regularly attend religious services.
Is America Losing Its Religion?
Jack Jenkins, national reporter for the Religion News Service, joins the podcast to discuss the decline of religious importance and affiliation in the U.S.
Good Relationships Are a Constant in Young People's Lives
A new study by Gallup and the Wellbeing for Planet Earth Foundation provides new insights into the wellbeing of young people around the globe.
The Religion of the Supreme Court Justices
Newly confirmed Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson will be the second Protestant on the court, along with one Jewish justice and six Catholics.
Religion in the U.S.: Items of Note From Ongoing Research
Find out more about recent research on Americans' religious behavior in a time of significant change.
Jimmy Carter and the Challenge of Identifying Evangelicals
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has been identified as an evangelical for most of his public career, but defining exactly what that means today faces a number of challenges.
How Many Americans Believe in God?
Gauging Americans' belief in God depends on the threshold for "belief."