While seven in 10 Americans (71%) celebrate Easter, only 16% will partake in the Lent tradition this year.
Only 3% of Americans object to depicting Jesus as anything other than white, although many more take issue with Christ being shown as certain races
By 54% to 46%, women are more likely than men to believe in demons.
Only about one-third of Americans overall (33%) say it is very important to recognize holidays of other religions. A similar number of Roman Catholics (36%) and Protestant Americans (32%) say it is very important.
Roughly half (48%) of Americans say a presidential candidate's religious beliefs and practices are important when deciding whom to vote for. A few more, 52 percent, land on the other end of the spectrum.
About one-third (35%) are strongly opposed to public funding being routed to religious schools, while about one in five (22%) support it.
Only 18 percent of Americans would allow churches to operate without any restrictions, as before COVID-19.
Republicans are three times as likely as Democrats to support a religious exemption.
Most Americans aren’t convinced that religious or spiritual gatherings should be considered exempt from social distancing orders.
More than one in five Americans (22%) say they would consider having sex with a robot, according to a study conducted by YouGov in February 2020.
By two to one (49% vs 25%), Americans say they do not want to see Roe v. Wade overturned.
Half the country regards anti-Semitism as a serious national problem.
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Most (75%) Americans say that they typically donate some amount of money to charity every year.
A majority of Americans (58%) consider themselves “very religious” or “somewhat religious.” Two-thirds of the Silent Generation (66%) consider themselves religious, compared to half of Millennials (49%).
Over half (54%) of Republicans say that they believe in demons, while far fewer (37%) Democrats say the same.
Almost nine in ten (88%) Catholics want the famous landmark rebuilt.
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38% of Americans would choose to make Election Day a federal holiday
One in three Catholics reports an unfavorable view of the church