Trump caused a significant decline in religion

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'Allergic reaction to US religious right' fueling decline of religion, experts say

Fewer than half of Americans belong to a house of worship, a new study shows, but religion – and Christianity in particular – continues to have an outsize influence in US politics, especially because it is declining faster among Democrats than Republicans.

Just 47% of the US population are members of a church, mosque or synagogue, according to a survey by Gallup, down from 70% two decades ago – in part a result of millennials turning away from religion but also, experts say, a reaction to the swirling mix of rightwing politics and Christianity pursued by the Republican party.

 

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'Allergic reaction to US religious right' fueling decline of religion, experts say

Fewer than half of Americans belong to a house of worship, a new study shows, but religion – and Christianity in particular – continues to have an outsize influence in US politics, especially because it is declining faster among Democrats than Republicans.

Just 47% of the US population are members of a church, mosque or synagogue, according to a survey by Gallup, down from 70% two decades ago – in part a result of millennials turning away from religion but also, experts say, a reaction to the swirling mix of rightwing politics and Christianity pursued by the Republican party.

See. When you have good government you don't need sky pilots. Also people yelling god help me whan Biden got elected doesn't necessarily mean a support for religion.
 
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'Allergic reaction to US religious right' fueling decline of religion, experts say

Fewer than half of Americans belong to a house of worship, a new study shows, but religion – and Christianity in particular – continues to have an outsize influence in US politics, especially because it is declining faster among Democrats than Republicans.

Just 47% of the US population are members of a church, mosque or synagogue, according to a survey by Gallup, down from 70% two decades ago – in part a result of millennials turning away from religion but also, experts say, a reaction to the swirling mix of rightwing politics and Christianity pursued by the Republican party.

Ah, the Graudian, nothing like writing fake news. In 2013 according to Pew research just 37% of Americans attended weekly religious services while Gallup stated it was 39%. So, if only 37-39% of the US population attended weekly religious services in 2013, how is 47% today a "decline"?
 
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'Allergic reaction to US religious right' fueling decline of religion, experts say

Fewer than half of Americans belong to a house of worship, a new study shows, but religion – and Christianity in particular – continues to have an outsize influence in US politics, especially because it is declining faster among Democrats than Republicans.

Just 47% of the US population are members of a church, mosque or synagogue, according to a survey by Gallup, down from 70% two decades ago – in part a result of millennials turning away from religion but also, experts say, a reaction to the swirling mix of rightwing politics and Christianity pursued by the Republican party.

Yep Trump says happy Easter to everyone in his release

Donald and Melania Trump attend Easter service before ...

https://washingtonnewspost.com/news...re-spending-day-at-mar-a-lago-with-grandkids/
Former President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania were given a rousing round of applause as they attended Easter Sunday service in Florida today.. The couple stood in the front row of the Christ Fellowship Church in Palm Beach Gardens for its morning service. A member of the congregation filmed as Senior Pastor Todd Mullins led the packed chapel in prayer.

Biden didn't even mention Jesus in his Easter Sunday media release

Joe and Jill Biden omit mentioning Jesus during Easter ...

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/joe-biden-easter-message-jesus-vaccination
President Joe Biden did not mention Jesus Christ during his Easter message, but he encouraged the public to get vaccinated repeatedly. "Jill and I want to send you our warmest Easter greetings ...
 
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Yeah like I said, Trump is driving people away.

Only the Leftards like you.. no loss

Why don't you create a line on sneakers with blood in them to sell??


The left is already lost and going to hell
 

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'Allergic reaction to US religious right' fueling decline of religion, experts say

Fewer than half of Americans belong to a house of worship, a new study shows, but religion – and Christianity in particular – continues to have an outsize influence in US politics, especially because it is declining faster among Democrats than Republicans.

Just 47% of the US population are members of a church, mosque or synagogue, according to a survey by Gallup, down from 70% two decades ago – in part a result of millennials turning away from religion but also, experts say, a reaction to the swirling mix of rightwing politics and Christianity pursued by the Republican party.

Quick facts.

83% of Black Americans are Christian.

Whites 70%

Who is driving whom?
 
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The thought that pedophilia is not lifestyle and that there might be a god scares them a lot.
 
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'Allergic reaction to US religious right' fueling decline of religion, experts say

Fewer than half of Americans belong to a house of worship, a new study shows, but religion – and Christianity in particular – continues to have an outsize influence in US politics, especially because it is declining faster among Democrats than Republicans.

Just 47% of the US population are members of a church, mosque or synagogue, according to a survey by Gallup, down from 70% two decades ago – in part a result of millennials turning away from religion but also, experts say, a reaction to the swirling mix of rightwing politics and Christianity pursued by the Republican party.

 

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Hmmmm


The religious landscape of the United States continues to change at a rapid clip. In Pew Research Center telephone surveys conducted in 2018 and 2019, 65% of American adults describe themselves as Christians when asked about their religion, down 12 percentage points over the past decade. Meanwhile, the religiously unaffiliated share of the population, consisting of people who describe their religious identity as atheist, agnostic or “nothing in particular,” now stands at 26%, up from 17% in 2009.