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Data from public opinion polls
about U.S. adults' religious beliefs
This section discusses data from public opinion polls. Such data reveals what
American adults say that they believe. This sometimes differs from
what they actually believeand/or from their
faith group's teachings.
Topics covered in this section:
||Events and survey findings with a religious theme:
|Lies, damn lies and statistics
||U.S. Poll results describing:
||Religious Beliefs Of U.S. Adults, About Their Own And Other Religions, from 2000 to 2017: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3|
|God's existence & importance; Jesus' second coming|
|Americans' diverse beliefs about the nature of God: Part 1 Part 2;|
These essays are based on the results of the Baylor Religion
Survey which found that most Americans have one of four views about God: as being either either an Authoritarian, Benevolant, Critical, or Distant God.
||U.S. Polling data: Beliefs about life after death.|
||About ghosts, salvation, Satan, Heaven, Hell, Astrology, and the literal accuracy of some biblical stories.|
||In the year 2000: The Ten Commandments, other beliefs, social
problems, role of religion, church/state separation|
|How the public rate clergy honesty & ethics.
Stable, changing, unexpected beliefs|
|Beliefs of Roman Catholics towards their own and other faiths|
|Religious beliefs in the U.S. compared with other Christian nations|
Beliefs of Americans towards
Prejudice by Americans towards Mormons and Evangelicals Part 1 Part 2
Related essays in this web site:
Copyright © 1999 to 2017 by Ontario
Consultants on Religious Tolerance
Originally written: 1999-MAY-13
Latest update: 2017-FEB-19
Author: B.A. Robinson