A Vibrant, but Different, Future for Religion in the U.S.

For The Washington Post, Frank Newport, the editor-in-chief of Gallup, looks at the future of religion in the United States, as well as its political implications. While the religious makeup of the country is changing, Newport believes that religion will continue to play an important role: “Religion remains a fundamentally potent and prevalent force in American society today—and one that is likely to remain so in the years ahead.” 

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