Public display of religious symbols
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Public display of religious symbols

To what extent do you agree or disagree that the federal government should . . . allow the display of religious symbols in public spaces? (Baylor Religion Survey, Wave 2, 2007)


Public Display of Religious Symbols (Baylor Religion Survey, Wave 2, 2007)


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Notes

The Baylor Department of Sociology received a three-year grant from the John M. Templeton Foundation, to conduct a nationally representative multi-year study of religious values, practices, and behaviors. Wave 2 of the Baylor Religion Survey was collected in 2007 and includes a deep selection of questions related to religious behaviors, beliefs and belonging. Special topic modules examine race and religion, and personality.