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58% of Republicans say the federal government should never declare any religion as the official religion of the U.S., while 26% say that the government should declare the U.S. a Christian nation.
A growing share of U.S. adults said in July that it was a bad thing for the country that some people have personal fortunes of a billion dollars or more, though a majority continued to say it is neither good nor bad.
Some Americans long for a more avowedly religious and explicitly Christian country, but most do not. For example, while three-in-ten say public school teachers should be allowed to lead students in Christian prayers, 46% say this should not be allowed.
Among White evangelical Protestants, fewer than half (36%) express consistent support for a church-state integrationist perspective, while 26% express a church-state separationist view and 28% have mixed views.
When asked whether the U.S. should prioritize economic relations with China or promote human rights in China, nearly three-quarters of Americans (73%) choose human rights – even if it harms economic relations, according to our recent survey.
% of young adults who oppose gay marriage in: ??Georgia 94% ??Russia 86% ??Ukraine 82% ??Hungary 52% ??Greece 51% ??Poland 50% ??Ireland 20% ??France 17% ??Germany 15% ??Norway 14% ??UK 13% ??Finland 12% ??Spain 7% ??Sweden 5%
NEW: Since President Donald Trump took office, the image of the U.S. has suffered across many regions of the globe. As our new 13-nation survey illustrates, America’s reputation has declined further over the past year among many allies and partners.
Today, India’s Muslims almost unanimously say they’re very proud to be Indian (95%) and they express great enthusiasm for Indian culture: 85% agree with the statement that “Indian people are not perfect, but Indian culture is superior to others.”