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A new survey by the Pew Research Center finds that the overall level of trust in government is at an all-time low, and the trust in religion has declined to its lowest levels in the last half-century.
The poll found an even more disturbing pattern of distrust: more Americans in each party identify as atheists than as Christians. A whopping 77% of Democrats don’t believe in God while 74% of Republicans do.
The survey was commissioned to mark the one year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision, which struck down portions of Obamacare in order to preserve the religious freedom of certain employers, including some of the nation’s most religiously conservative ones. It was widely seen as a victory for the religious right, and the conservative news channel Fox News called it the greatest single victory in American history for the “so-called Judeo-Christian God.”
In fact, according to the survey, there’s a growing sense among the public that God doesn’t exist, religion is in decline, and Americans have increasingly moved away from organized religion.
“As Americans grow increasingly unsure about the role of organized religion in their lives, these views are especially pronounced among Republicans,” Pew found.
The poll found support for religion’s influence on American life and economic success at a low level among Republicans and independents, as well as Democrats. And while only 44% of Americans have a “caring” religious identity, more than twice that many self-identify as “religious.”
Pew also found that religious identification had fallen more rapidly among older adults, the very groups that had grown more religious following the rise of the baby boom generation. Meanwhile, younger Americans still report feeling “very religious,” though the proportion is down, and fewer younger people say they identify as belonging to a church or synagogue as opposed to a mosque or mosque.
“The rising numbers of older Americans and those with less religious identity are the most likely to think that their religious identity is very important to them and to express belief in God. But the numbers for younger Americans are the least likely to say they belong to a church or synagogue and the least likely to believe in God,” Pew found.
The survey of 1,508 adults also found that the general population is more
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