Faith
Freedom of religion was protected in the United States by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, and Americans today remain a faith-filled people. In fact, nine-in-ten Americans believe in a higher power.

What does that mean? Explore this facet of faith and many more through Living Facts.

Showing Up for One’s Faith

Exploring the top reasons Americans choose to attend religious services — or not 

Read More

 

Young Adults Reimagining Religion

As observance wanes among young people, some try new approaches to keeping the faith

Learn More

 

Are you among the 78% of Americans who feel a deep sense of gratitude?

Full of Gratitude

Are you among the 78% of Americans who feel a deep sense of gratitude?

Read More
Wondering where Americans find meaning in life? Look close to home.

Finding Fulfillment

Wondering where Americans find meaning in life? Look close to home.

Dive In
In a devout country, share of religiously unaffiliated is growing

How Religious Are Americans?

In a devout country, share of religiously unaffiliated is growing

Get the Facts
Interfaith couples are typically less devout, research shows, but their children can make surprising faith journeys

One Family, Two Faiths

Interfaith couples are typically less devout, research shows, but their children can make surprising faith journeys

Learn more