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Americans Who Most Strongly Assert Their Personal Religiosity are More Likely to Believe Contemporary Falsehoods, Baylor Sociologists Find

WACO, Texas, June 10 (TNSRep) -- Baylor University issued the following news on June 9, 2021:

Patterns in American religious attitudes, behaviors and beliefs just after the 2020 presidential election and during the coronavirus pandemic are the latest focus of the Baylor Religion Survey, the most comprehensive national survey studying religion in America.

Baylor University researchers are analyzing the results of the latest survey with special attention to how American r . . .

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