The American Religious Landscape in 2020


According to PRRI’s new survey, The 2020 Census of American Religion, 70% of Americans identify as Christian, 23% are religiously unaffiliated, and 5% identify with non-Christian religions.

Americans without religious identity are no longer increasing in numbers. White evangelicals are now fewer than before.


Jewish Americans make up 1% of the population and they are primarily concentrated in the areas around New York.