U.S. Religion Census
1952 to 2020

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Reports and Analyses

Links to some of the studies based upon the 2010 U.S. Religion Census* and its earlier volumes.

Press Conference Report for the release of the 2010 U.S. Religion Census, May 1, 2012

Presentations at the 2011 SSSR/RRA meeting - Holiness Groups, Orthodox Christian Groups, and Prospective Research on Catholics et al.

Presentations at the 2012 SSSR/RRA meeting - The Newcomers to American Religious Landscape: the Oriental Orthodox Christian Churches in the USA by Alexei Krindatch; Religious Diversity in the United States (PDF of PowerPoint, or Text) by Dale E. Jones; Catholics in the Religion Census: An Overview or Catholic Home Mission Need: Indicators from the Religion Census by Clifford A. Grammich

Presentations at the 2013 SSSR/RRA meeting - Religious Adherence as a Social Correlate, and Religion Correlates PowerPoint.

Introduction to the 2010 U.S. Religion Census publication

Assessing the Landscape: Demographics and Trends in Kansas Christianity, a presentation to Kansas Ecumenical Ministries, August 11, 2012

Building Blocks Map at Global Ministry Center, Church of the Nazarene

*As corrected data becomes available, the files are updated on the data-driven sites. See the Errata section. Studies done before that date may not reflect the latest changes. (In every case, the changes barely affect national or state totals.)


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