PRRI takes a look at how America's religious groups could be voting this November.
Islamophobia is real, and it likely won't go away anytime soon.
Based on these trends, the future of religion in America probably isn't a church.
What is, at first glance, most surprising to me is that Trump is winning among religious voters. Can anyone imagine Jesus Christ saying the things that Donald says or using the tone that Donald uses or grimacing with Donald's snide face?
Diana Butler Bass' new book explores finding God in the physical world.
“Fewer and better surveys is a reasonable way to go,” charges Robert Wuthnow of Princeton University.
Hint: It's probably Catholic or religiously unaffiliated.
(RNS) Americans have less confidence in organized religion today than ever measured before — a sign that the church could
Jay Michaelson, a gay Buddhist writer and activist, believes American Buddhists came out at the top of the list because of
(An important point to remember as you see the data: Each percentage point increase represents a growth of 2.5 million adults
(RNS) The notion of America as a mostly white, mostly Christian country is rapidly becoming a fact for the history books
Here are 9 facts that show some ways in which the American religious landscape is shifting: CORRECTION: This post previously