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About a quarter of religious adults in the U.S. tell others about their faith at least once a week, which is up since 2007, according to a new study by Pew Research Center. And while older Americans are more engaged in practices such as church membership and private devotions, Pew found younger adults are “slightly more likely” to share their faith. Here’s how it breaks down:


Percentage of adults who share their faith at least monthly:
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Among all age demographics for Christians, millennials are now most concerned about religious freedom. In fact, the Barna Group found that three years ago, one-third of millennial Christians (32 percent) said religious freedom had worsened. Today, that number is at 55 percent—a jump of more than 20 percentage points from 2012. Millennial Christians also are the most worried of any age group about the future of religious freedom. More than half (56 percent) say they are concerned about it, compared to just one in five (19 percent) in 2012. Read More