Poll shows nearly half of U.S. adults say America should be a ‘Christian nation’

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(Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash)

(THE BLUE STATE CONSERVATIVE) – According to the results of a new survey published in late October by the Pew Research Center, 45 percent of American adults believe the United States should be a “Christian nation,” while 60 percent believe the Founding Fathers originally intended for America to be a “Christian nation.”

To better understand the diversity of viewpoints, the survey’s results were combined and scaled with an earlier Pew Research Center survey on the relationship between religion and government published in late October 2021. Thus, among U.S. adults who say that America should be a “Christian nation,” their opinions differ.

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Given the variation of opinions, let us note that 51 percent of U.S. adults say America should not be a Christian nation, where 71 percent of them believe the federal government should “enforce separation of church and state.”

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