How the New Congress Looks Based on Their Faith
January 5, 2017
Christians make up a big part of the U.S. Congress today.
According to a new report from the Pew Research Center, the number of believers in Congress in 2017 rival the number serving back in the 60s.
In 1961, 94.9 percent of those in Congress identified as Christian compared to 90.7 percent today.
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