A new Pew study shows that fewer Americans identify as Christian and more have no religion at all. Jane Eisner asks what we can learn from these dramatic findings, which echo trends seen in Pew’s landmark study of Jews.
The Pew Research Center’s newly released 2014 U.S. Religious Landscape Study offers a trove of data on American Jews based on interviews with 35,071 American adults, 847 of whom identified their faith as Jewish. Here are some of the more interesting findings about the Jews.
In 20 years, there will be more Muslims in North America than Jews, according to a new Pew Research Center report.
BACKWARD: Sixteen-year-old Justin Cohen disappeared during a follow-up interview to the 2013 landmark Pew Research Center’s survey of American Jews.
Europe has lost more than half its Jewish population since 1960, according to a new survey by the Pew Research Center.
Why are we still ignoring spiritual practice as a means to engage young Jews? Chabad houses are doing something right — and we should learn from them, Jay Michaelson writes.
Newly emerging evidence from the Pew survey of American Jewry points to huge challenges facing federations, Jewish philanthropy and organized Jewish life.
More Americans express sympathy for Israel than for the Palestinians, according to a new survey.
Jews scored the highest on a new Pew study of how Americans feel about religious groups. Evangelical Christians show a particular affinity to the Tribe — although the feeling ain’t mutual.
EDITORIAL: For decades, American Jews were united by support for Israel, in peacetime and war. New data from the Pew survey shows this consensus is fraying fast.