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Will Your Congregation Take Part in the 2020 US Religion Census?

Researchers, analysts, students, reporters, and many others rely on the U.S. Religion Census for subnational religious counts. These reports are available for anyone interested in specific groups, and complete data sets are used by those studying a broader spectrum of groups. And because the data is reported by group, it is relatively easy for researchers to create their own classifications. 
But all these comparisons depend on data supplied by individual groups. This is why we are counting on people like YOU to encourage your own religious group to take part in the 2020 study.
How You Can Help Make the Data Even Better
Every decade the US Religion Census tries to include additional religious groups, making the US Religion Census increasingly accurate. The 236 groups that took part in 2010 are listed online. If you know of other faith groups that would like to participate and be included in this census effort, please send us the group’s contact information or contact person.
Meanwhile, nearly 6,000 people visited our website in December. Several have let us know how valuable this resource is, and how they are looking forward to the 2020 update. Naturally, we hope to include information from your group in the 2020 counts.




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Review rank-ordered data on religion in the U.S. and around the world. Includes the latest data from the Religious Congregations & Membership Study, 2010


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