Faith on the Hill: The Religious Composition of the 118th Congress

As it begins its 118th session, the U.S. Congress remains largely untouched by two trends that have long marked religious life in the United States: a decades-long decline in the share of Americans who identify as Christian, and a corresponding increase in the percentage who say they have no religious affiliation. Since 2007, the share of Christians in the general population has dropped . . . . [Read More]

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