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Surveys of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

The Faith Communities Today (FACT) consortium of more than 32 faith communities, scholars, and academics conducts regular national surveys on a range of issues related to religion and religious practice in the United States. Some religious groups use the opportunity to survey their own communities about issues of importance to themselves. Here are the databases from the surveys conducted by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America for 2000 and 2010, allowing for an analysis of changes that took place over time. These databases are housed on the website of the Association of Religion Data Archives, an online repository for high-quality religion research and scholarship. For more research resources, see our main category "Research," beginning with the article, "Best Resources for Research."

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