Gallup: Majority of Americans Continue to Identify with Religion, But Say It’s Losing Influence
Dec 29, 2016 A new Gallup study found that nearly 80 percent of the US adults who were surveyed identified with a religion, but 70 percent say that religion is losing its importance in the US society.
Most Americans Find Birth Control, Divorce and Gambling 'Morally Acceptable': Gallup Poll
Jun 10, 2016 A new gallup poll found that Americans consider birth control, divorce, and premarital sex as morally acceptable, but polygamy, cloning humans, and extramarital affairs were least morally acceptable to them.
Christian Population Still High in America, Says Gallup Poll
Dec 30, 2015 Over 75 percent of Americans still identify themselves as Christians, according to a recent Gallup poll. Among them, more than 50 percent say they belong to non-Catholic and Protestant groups, some 20 percent are Catholics, and another 2 percent identify with minor sects.