Christmas a Non-Religious Holiday for Half of Americans, Pew Survey Finds

Jaweed Kaleem of The Huffington Post discusses the results of a Pew Research Center survey that found that, of the nine in ten Americans that celebrate Christmas, only half view it as a religious celebration. Greg Smith, director of U.S. religion surveys at the Pew Research Center’s Religion and Public Life Project said, “Younger adults are less likely than older adults to see Christmas a religious rather than cultural holiday, they’re less likely to say they will attend Christmas services and they are less likely to believe in the virgin birth.”

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