Most people dramatically underestimate the proportion of Protestants in the U.S., while seriously overestimating the proportions of Mormons, Muslims, and atheists/agnostics
Most Americans don’t feel the Christian faith positively impacts racism and sexuality in society; the perceived impact of the Christian faith on American society is explored
The word “evangelical” is used frequently. It appears in news stories, political pundits discuss how the evangelical vote will impact the next election (or how it impacted the last one), and Time magazine even lists the 25 most influential evangelical leaders in America.
Americans have diverse relationships, but some groups are much better known than others—Evangelicals are largely invisible