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Subject Pew survey shows teens, parents practice faith together, though teens are less religious
Date September 16, 2020 12:05 PM
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Pew survey shows teens, parents practice faith together, though teens are less religious
by Madeleine DavisonA newly released Pew Research Center study suggests that most American teens share religious identities and faith practices with their parents, but that teenagers are much less likely to say religion is very important to them. And, most U.S. teens identify with a religion. About six in 10 are Christian, and 24% are Catholic.

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