American Religious Identification Survey 2001
Graduate Center of the City University of New York, 2001 - Public opinion - 46 pages
The results of a "ten-year ... study of religious identification among American adults ..." There are 15 exhibits (charts) describing the way Americans feel about various religions, how their outlook has changed, age, gender, race, ethnicity, and membership statistics, and a comparison with the results of a similar survey taken in 1990. The results are summarized in a Key Findings section. From The Graduate Center, The City University of New York. Copyright: LIIWeek, 2002.
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100 Columns total 2001 Weighted Estimate adherents American adults American population AMERICAN RELIGIOUS IDENTIFICATION Andrew Greeley ARIS Asian Assemblies Assemblies of God Baptist Buddhist Catholic Census Christian Churches of Christ classiﬁed cultural demographic describe their outlook Distribution of Selected Empty cell ethnic Evangelical Exhibit faith Groups I Number Groups Weighted Estimate Hispanic Identiﬁcation of U.S. immigrants Invisible Religion Jehovah’s Witnesses Jews by religion large number Luckmann Lutheran Major Religious Groups marital status married Methodist Mixed Religion Families Mormon Mormon/LDS Muslim/Islamic Name of Group Non-denominational NOTE Number of Adults Number of Percent Outlook of U.S. Pentecostal Percent Percent NAME Percent Percent Percent political party preferences Presbyterian Protestant reﬂect Refused Religious Groups Weighted RELIGIOUS IDENTIFICATION SURVEY religious institutional membership Religious or Secular religious preference religious switching respondents sample Secular Outlook Selected Religious Groups Seventh Day Adventist Survey of Religious temple Thomas Luckmann TOTAL US ADULTS twenty-two groups U.S. Adult Population