Black church leaders say that African-Americans who identify today as atheist, agnostic or nonreligious are inextricably linked to an ancestral belief in a "most high God."
The state's newly registered voters will have their turnout tested again during January 5 runoff elections that will determine control of the U.S. Senate.
"It really is amazing and heartbreaking to see how dramatically this has changed," Pew Research Associate Brad Jones said.
Only 24 percent of Americans say they feel "proud" of the current state of the country, the new survey found.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is set to debate Democratic challenger Amy McGrath Monday evening.
The 14-nation poll found increasingly overall negative views of China, but also widespread criticism of America's response to the coronavirus crisis.
Two-thirds of Black supporters of Joe Biden reported having zero close friends who support Donald Trump.
Seventy-nine percent of churchgoers said they believe their churches should have to obey the same restrictions local government orders place on other businesses and services, a new survey said.
The Pew data found Americans overall are split on why Black people are hospitalized more frequently.
Though 66 percent of Americans positively rated the COVID-19 responses in South Korea and Germany, only 47 percent of Americans said the U.S. had handled the pandemic well.
For the first time in the 21st Century, the Baby Boomers are no longer the largest generation in America.
By contrast, about two-thirds of adults 65 and older said they were closely following news about the pandemic.
Two-third of Americans view China unfavorably, the highest level since the Pew Research Center began conducting the poll in 2005.
Despite their reported uncertainty about former Vice President Joe Biden, more young voters said they still supported him over President Donald Trump, the poll showed.
Surveys show that people around the world have less confidence and far more concern about American leadership under the Trump administration.
Democratic Party Protestants, Catholics and Jews broadly favor Joe Biden for president, while atheists, agnostics and religious unaffiliated voters support either Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren.
And fewer than half can name how Hitler came to power.
These survey respondents could be part of a slightly more progressive coalition of Republicans who also care about climate change, immigration and access to contraception, reports show.
Sixty-four percent of respondents said they had "no confidence" in Trump to "do the right thing."
Republicans were four times more likely than Democrats to agree that the U.S. is the best country in the world, according the results of a poll from the Pew Research Center.
A Pew Research Center survey showed that a majority of Americans (62 percent) believed that it was acceptable for professional athletes to publicly address political issues.
Conversations about national politics on Twitter often cascade across news media, but such discussion is dominated by a minute percentage of U.S. adults on the platform, a Pew analysis finds.
Pew Research Center data shows that 54 percent of adult Americans surveyed now back the Democratic probe into the president's conduct.
A Pew Research Center report released on Thursday said that while fewer Americans identified as Protestants or Catholics, the number who identify with no religious affiliation is on the uptake.
While former Vice President Joe Biden may be reigning in the polls, the Democratic electorate is far from tethered to their first choice.
President Trump has called climate change a "Chinese hoax" designed "make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive."
Americans' fears of North Korea's nuclear program and the Islamic State have both fallen significantly in the past two years of Donald Trump's presidency.
"The communal aspects of Ramadan are often a way to collectively organize around issues that are critical to a young and vibrant community, Dr. Homayra Ziad told Newsweek.
Pew poll shows the issue hits both Democrats and Republicans.
"I was born in January of 1981, so I'm a millennial by three weeks? That's weird."