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How Religious Are Americans?

Most Americans have a religious preference -- predominantly a Christian one -- but less than half say religion is "very important" to them.

The Politics of Religion

Recent Gallup data confirm a significant and growing relationship between religiosity and partisan identity in the U.S.

Religion and Spirituality: Tools for Better Wellbeing?

A new report from Gallup and Radiant Foundation reveals a relationship between religiosity and wellbeing.

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.

What Do Gallup's Indicators on Religion and Faith Tell Us?

Dr. Frank Newport rejoins the podcast to opine on Gallup's decadeslong trends on faith and religion in the U.S.

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.

Global Study Aims to Uncover How Humans Flourish

Results from the first year of the multiyear Global Flourishing study offer insights into why people's lives are going well.

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.

Community, Hobbies and Money Grow in Importance to Americans

Americans are more likely to say their community activities, hobbies and recreation, money, and work matter a lot in their lives today than they were two decades ago.

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.
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