June, 2009

Conference Paper | Measuring the Unaffiliated in Survey Research

[06.16.2009]

Non-believers, Seculars, the Un-churched and the Unaffiliated: Who are Non-religious Americans and How do we Measure them in Survey Research This paper was presented at the annual conference of the American Association of Public Opinion Research in May 2009. The bulk of research conducted by public opinion scholars on the subject of religion and politics has consistently focused on the largest religious groups: Catholics, white evangelical Protestants, black Protestants and white mainline […]