Monday, February 25, 2008

U.S. Religious Landscape Survey

The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life has just released its latest research report on the religious affiliation of the American public. I've taken a quick tour through their survey findings (N= 35,000), but really must get back to the marinade I'm concocting for tonight's salmon.

I do plan, however, to spend more time clicking around the website. It seems to be very robust, allowing viewers to engage in a bit of multivariate analysis. I'll be zooming in on data about Catholics and comparing it to data on Jews, especially those who don't identify with a particular denomination. I'm sure this will reveal something about...something.

Doesn't sound like much fun? Trust me, it is for sociologists and will be for this one!

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