Holiday Poll: 75 Percent of Respondents Still See Themselves as Christ-Followers

Daniel Doherty
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Posted: Dec 27, 2014 6:52 PM
Holiday Poll: 75 Percent of Respondents Still See Themselves as Christ-Followers

Despite hints and whispers to the contrary, the Christian sect is seemingly alive and well in the United States of America. Check out this recent Gallup poll:

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What's more, according to the poll, while most respondents would probably admit they don't have active spiritual lives, a plurality still do:

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Weekly attendance rates, however, vary greatly by sect:

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Meanwhile, a Rasmussen Reports poll discovered last spring that an astonishing percentage of Americans actually believe in the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Equally as fascinating, perhaps, almost three-fourths of respondents also told the Pew Research Center in 2013 that Jesus' mother, Mary, was a virgin. This means, among other things, that despite the slight uptick in secularism from last year (see the first graph shown above), Christianity in America doesn't appear to be going anywhere, anytime soon.