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51 Percent of Pastors Expect Attendance to Decline Post-Pandemic, Barna Poll Shows

51 Percent of Pastors Expect Attendance to Decline Post-Pandemic, Barna Poll Shows A slight majority of pastors say they believe their congregation will experience a decline in attendance once the COVID-19 pandemic crisis is over, according to a new Barna survey.The poll, released Monday, showed a record-high 51 percent of senior pastors and executive pastors... Read more

Poll: America’s Faith in a COVID Vaccine Is Dwindling | RELEVANT

President Donald Trump has lately been hinting that a vaccine for the coronavirus will be ready to go before the election, but will anyone care? A new poll from Axios-Ipsos shows that Americans on both sides of the political aisle are quickly losing their faith in a coronavirus vaccine, with increasingly few numbers saying they’re... Read more

Two-thirds of U.S. Young Adults Unaware 6 Million Jews Were Killed in the Holocaust, Poll Shows

Two-thirds of U.S. Young Adults Unaware 6 Million Jews Were Killed in the Holocaust, Poll Shows Nearly two-thirds of young adults in the United States do not know that 6 million Jews were killed during the Holocaust, according to a surprising new survey that also shows Holocaust denial is prevalent on social media.The poll of... Read more

62 Percent of Americans Say Jesus Is Returning to ‘Judge’ Everyone, Poll Shows

62 Percent of Americans Say Jesus Is Returning to 'Judge' Everyone, Poll Shows Two-thirds of Americans say they believe the Bibles account about Jesus bodily resurrection, although most also deny Scriptures teaching that He was God, according to a new LifeWay Research survey that shows adults in the U.S. holding conflicting views on Christianity and... Read more

‘Drifting Away’ from Scripture: 30 Percent of Evangelicals Say Jesus Was Not God, Poll Shows

'Drifting Away' from Scripture: 30 Percent of Evangelicals Say Jesus Was Not God, Poll Shows A majority of Americans and nearly a third of evangelicals say Jesus was a good teacher but was not God, according to a new survey for Ligonier Ministries that was conducted by LifeWay Research.All total, 52 percent of Americans say... Read more

Affairs shouldn’t permanently disqualify pastors from the pulpit – poll

(Photo: Unsplash/Ben White)Pastors who commit adultery should withdraw from the pulpit but only temporarily, according to most church leaders surveyed in a new poll.  LifeWay Research surveyed 1,000 Protestant pastors and found that just over a quarter (27%) believe that pastors should be permanently disqualifiied from public ministry if they commit adultery.  The rest believed... Read more

Most people are looking forward to a return to in-person church services – poll

PexelsMost Christians have been content to attend church digitally during the pandemic but Pew research finds that they are also eager to get back into the pews.  The poll of 10,211 US adults, conducted between 13 and 19 July, found that a third had watched a religious service online or on TV in the past... Read more

Fox News Poll: 28 Percent of White Evangelicals Plan to Vote for Joe Biden

Fox News Poll: 28 Percent of White Evangelicals Plan to Vote for Joe Biden A recent poll released by Fox News shows that 28 percent of white evangelicals are planning to vote for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in the upcoming election.According to Relevant Magazine, this uptick is a 12 point lead on Hillary Clintons... Read more

Fox News Poll: 28 Percent of White Evangelicals Plan to Vote for Biden | RELEVANT Magazine

How will white evangelicals vote in November? There’s just no way of knowing. Some early polling has shown white evangelicals possibly showing up for Trump in an even bigger way than did in 2016, where 81 percent of them voted for him. Some polling has shown declining support. Some has shown little change at all.... Read more

‘Wakeup Call for the Church’: Half of Americans Say Good Deeds Get You to Heaven, Poll Shows

'Wakeup Call for the Church': Half of Americans Say Good Deeds Get You to Heaven, Poll Shows Roughly half of Americans believe they will go to heaven if they are generally good or do enough good things, while one-third believe salvation is obtained only by accepting Jesus Christ as savior, according to a... Read more

Two-Thirds in U.S. Pray at Least Weekly and Only 15 Percent Never Pray, Poll Shows

Two-Thirds in U.S. Pray at Least Weekly and Only 15 Percent Never Pray, Poll Shows Nearly half of Americans pray at least once a day and three-quarters do so at least once a month, with most prayers focusing on their family and their country, according to a new survey.The poll found that 45... Read more

77 Percent of Conservatives Keep Their Views Private Due to ‘Political Climate,’ Poll Shows

77 Percent of Conservatives Keep Their Views Private Due to 'Political Climate,' Poll Shows A large majority of American conservatives say the political climate prevents them from saying what they believe, according to a new Cato survey that also shows liberals are far less likely to feel the need to self-censor.Cato asked Americans... Read more

70 Percent of Evangelical Churchgoers Say ‘People Are Basically Good,’ Poll Shows

70 Percent of Evangelical Churchgoers Say 'People Are Basically Good,' Poll Shows Nearly seven in 10 Americans, including a majority of those who attend evangelical churches, believe people are basically good, according to a new survey by Arizona Christian Universitys Cultural Research Center.A total of 69 percent of U.S. adults agree with the... Read more

Majority of Brits support gay conversion therapy ban – poll

ReutersA majority of British adults support a ban on so-called gay conversion therapy.  The Government is expected to announce plans to ban the practice soon.   The poll by YouGov on behalf of the Ozanne Foundation found that nearly two thirds of the public (62%) agree that conversion therapy should be banned.  It was opposed by... Read more

Poll: Churchgoers Worry That Leaders Who Leave the Faith Will ‘Lead Others Astray’

Poll: Churchgoers Worry That Leaders Who Leave the Faith Will 'Lead Others Astray' Churchgoers in a new survey say theyre concerned for the eternal destiny of Christian leaders who walk away from the faith but also for the many people they may influence by their stance.The LifeWay Research survey asked 1,002 American Protestant... Read more

Poll: Most Americans Are Still Uncomfortable With Going Back to Church | RELEVANT Magazine

Although America is beginning to re-open its doors to local businesses, Americans themselves remain mostly uneasy with the idea of things going back to normal. That holds true for church as well, as a new study from American Enterprise Institute found that 64 percent respondents were either “somewhat” or “very” uncomfortable with going back... Read more

Fox News Poll: Trump Is Underperforming With White Evangelicals | RELEVANT Magazine

President Donald Trump’s re-election hopes have largely hinged on the white evangelicals who helped boost him to victory in 2016, when he secured 81 percent of white evangelical votes. But their relationship, strained even in the best of times, has been put to an extra test by a flagging economy, the confused pandemic response... Read more

Poll: Americans’ National Pride Has Hit a Record Low | RELEVANT Magazine

National pride in the U.S. has been on a downward trajectory for a few years now, but the latest Gallup Poll finds it hitting some unfortunate records. Overall, 42 percent of Americans are still “extremely” proud to be an American and 21 percent are “very” proud, but for the first time, fewer than half... Read more

Only 25 Percent of Americans See Trump as a ‘Man of Faith,’ New Poll Finds

Only 25 Percent of Americans See Trump as a 'Man of Faith,' New Poll Finds About a quarter of Americans say they see President Donald Trump somewhat or strongly as a man of faith.According to the Politico-Morning Consult poll, 55 percent of respondents said they somewhat or strongly disagree that the president is... Read more

Poll: 27 Percent of Americans See Trump as ‘a Man of Faith’ | RELEVANT Magazine

A Politico-Morning Consult poll found that about a quarter of Americans see President Donald Trump either somewhat or strongly as “a man of faith.” 55 percent of Americans somewhat or strongly disagree. About a third of self-identified Christians say they see Trump as a Christian, which includes 40 percent of evangelicals, 23 percent of... Read more

58 Percent of Americans Believe Moral Truth ‘Is Up to Each Individual,’ New Poll Finds

58 Percent of Americans Believe Moral Truth 'Is Up to Each Individual,' New Poll Finds Nearly six in 10 Americans believe identifying moral truth is up to each individual, while barely four in 10 say God is the basis of truth, according to a new survey.The findings are part of the American Worldview... Read more

Public back re-opening of churches – poll

St Aidan's Bamburgh(Photo: National Churches Trust)A new poll has revealed public support for churches opening sooner than the Government's timeline of July 4. Half of UK adults (49%) agreed that churches and chapels should be allowed to open their doors to the public sooner than July if they can ensure adequate social distancing, compared to only... Read more

Ballot: Evangelicals Like Trump, however Are They Obedient to Him? | RELEVANT Journal

[ad_1] Paul A. Djupe and Ryan P. Burge have stumble on an fascinating query over at Faith In Public, which analyzes traits in religion’s work within the public sphere. Virtually everybody is aware of that white evangelicals overwhelmingly assist President Donald Trump however how deep does that assist go? Are they extra more... Read more

A New Ballot Exhibits The place Spiritual Democrats Are Leaning within the Major | RELEVANT Journal

[ad_1] As Democratic celebration officers scramble to determine what precisely occurred within the Iowa caucus, a brand new Pew examine is shining a light-weight on how the celebration’s spiritual communities are feeling about their main choices. Because the date to choose a nominee looms nearer, it appears like Protestants and Catholics inside the... Read more

Ballot: Most Pastors Do not Truly Assume International Occasions Velocity Up Jesus’ Return | RELEVANT Journal

[ad_1] Standard fiction and sure biblical interpretations typically hyperlink the return of Jesus to unrest within the Center East a lot so that you could discover some individuals who accuse Christians of deliberately goosing struggle overseas with a view to kickstart Jesus’ Second Coming. As only one instance, this GQ piece on evangelicals... Read more