Pew Research Center
Voters Grade President Elect Low on His Campaign Conduct, But Majority Willing to Give Him a Chance
Nov 28, 2016 Pew Research Center released a poll earlier this week in which voters were asked to grade President elect Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on their conduct during the campaign among many other questions on their perspective on what lies ahead.
Majority of American Households Are Homogenous in Terms of Religion, According to Pew Study
Nov 01, 2016 Most Americans are raised in religiously homogenous homes, the results of a recent Pew Research survey suggests. The Pew survey found that as many as 79 percent of respondents were raised in a home in which only one religion was practiced or no religion was practiced. Of those, 65 percent of them were raised by two parents who shared the same religion, and 14 percent were raised with a single parent.
New Study Explores Why Religious ‘Nones’ Departed from Their Childhood Religion
Aug 26, 2016 Adults identifying with “religious nones” have increased over the last few decades, and a recent Pew explored why they chose to move away from religion.
Majority of Americans Have Heard Pastors Speak about Political Issues, Says Pew Survey
Aug 09, 2016 A new Pew Research survey finds that a majority of Americans have heard pastors speak about political issues such as religious freedom, homosexuality, abortion, immigration, the environment, and economic inequality, from the pulpit.
Americans More Worried than Enthusiastic About Gene-Editing, Brain Chips, Synthetic Blood, Says Survey
Jul 29, 2016 Americans are wary of technologies that aim to edit genes to make babies less vulnerable to diseases, implant brain chips to sharpen minds, and develop synthetic blood to increase physical strength, according to a new Pew Research.
Religious Persecution Slightly Decreased Over Past Few Years, According to Pew Study
Jun 24, 2016 A Pew study released on June 23 says that religious persecution around the world has been decreasing over the past few years. The research, which analyzed data up to 2014, shows that government restrictions on religion and social hostilities towards religion declined slightly between 2013 and 2014. There was a similar decline in the year 2011-2012.
Religious Americans See Less Contradiction in Science and Bible, says Pew
Oct 28, 2015 A survey by Pew Research Center found that frequent churchgoers thought science and religion as more compatible than those who visit church sporadically and people who are unaffiliated to any religion.