Thursday, June 7, 2012

Americans' Religious Values


2012 American Values Survey  
The latest Pew Research Center American Values Survey finds that the United States continues to be a highly religious nation. Two-thirds of the public (67%) agrees with each of a series of three religious statements, affirming that prayer is an important part of their daily life, that "we will all be called before God at the Judgment Day" and that they never doubt the existence of God. When the first values survey was conducted in 1987, a virtually identical number (68%) agreed with all three of these statements. READ THE RELIGION AND SOCIAL VALUES SECTION OF THE REPORT >

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