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Using a SurveyMonkey poll, conducted between July 29 and August 1, 2016, we asked 661 respondents questions about public displays of religion.

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rowid What is your present religion, if any? Unnamed: 1 Do you consider yourself to be an evangelical? Do you attend religious services How often do you: Pray in public with visible motions (sign of the cross, bowing, prostration, shokeling, etc) How often do you: Pray in public using some kind of physical object (rosary, tefillin, etc) How often do you: Pray aloud before meals in the presence of people who don't belong to your religion How often do you: Tell someone you'll pray for him or her How often do you: Ask or offer to pray with someone How often do you: Bring up your religion, unprompted, in conversation How often do you: Ask others about their religion, unprompted, in conversation How often do you: Decline some kind of food or beverage for religious reasons (kosher, halal, fasting rules, etc) How often do you: Wear religious clothing/jewelry (hijab, kippah, wig, kara, turban, cross, etc) How often do you: Participate in a public religious event on the streets (Corpus Christi procession, inauguration of Torah scrolls, etc) How comfortable do you feel when you: Pray in public with visible motions (sign of the cross, bowing, prostration, shokeling, etc) How comfortable do you feel when you: Pray in public using some kind of physical object (rosary, tefillin, etc) How comfortable do you feel when you: Pray aloud before meals in the presence of people who don't belong to your religion How comfortable do you feel when you: Tell someone you'll pray for him or her How comfortable do you feel when you: Ask or offer to pray with someone How comfortable do you feel when you: Bring up your religion, unprompted, in conversation How comfortable do you feel when you: Ask others about their religion, unprompted, in conversation How comfortable do you feel when you: Decline some kind of food or beverage for religious reasons (kosher, halal, fasting rules, etc) How comfortable do you feel when you: Wear religious clothing/jewelry (hijab, kippah, wig, kara, turban, cross, etc) How comfortable do you feel when you: Participate in a public religious event on the streets (Corpus Christi procession, inauguration of Torah scrolls, etc) How comfortable do you think someone outside your religion would be if they saw you: Pray in public with visible motions (sign of the cross, bowing, prostration, shokeling, etc) How comfortable do you think someone outside your religion would be if they saw you: Pray in public using some kind of physical object (rosary, tefillin, etc) How comfortable do you think someone outside your religion would be if they saw you: Pray aloud before meals in the presence of people who don't belong to your religion How comfortable do you think someone outside your religion would be if they saw you: Tell someone you'll pray for him or her How comfortable do you think someone outside your religion would be if they saw you: Ask or offer to pray with someone How comfortable do you think someone outside your religion would be if they saw you: Bring up your religion, unprompted, in conversation How comfortable do you think someone outside your religion would be if they saw you: Ask others about their religion, unprompted, in conversation How comfortable do you think someone outside your religion would be if they saw you: Decline some kind of food or beverage for religious reasons (kosher, halal, fasting rules, etc) How comfortable do you think someone outside your religion would be if they saw you: Wear religious clothing/jewelry (hijab, kippah, wig, kara, turban, cross, etc) How comfortable do you think someone outside your religion would be if they saw you: Participate in a public religious event on the streets (Corpus Christi procession, inauguration of Torah scrolls, etc) How comfortable would you be seeing someone who practices a different religion from you: Pray in public with visible motions (sign of the cross, bowing, prostration, shokeling, etc) How comfortable would you be seeing someone who practices a different religion from you: Pray in public using some kind of physical object (rosary, tefillin, etc) How comfortable would you be seeing someone who practices a different religion from you: Pray aloud before meals in the presence of people who don't belong to that religion How comfortable would you be seeing someone who practices a different religion from you: Tell someone "I'll pray for you" How comfortable would you be seeing someone who practices a different religion from you: Ask or offer to pray with you How comfortable would you be seeing someone who practices a different religion from you: Bring up his or her own religion, unprompted, in conversation How comfortable would you be seeing someone who practices a different religion from you: Ask you about your religion, unprompted, in conversation How comfortable would you be seeing someone who practices a different religion from you: Decline some kind of food or beverage for religious reasons (kosher, halal, fasting rules, etc) How comfortable would you be seeing someone who practices a different religion from you: Wear religious clothing/jewelry (hijab, kippah, wig, kara, turban, cross, etc) How comfortable would you be seeing someone who practices a different religion from you: Participate in a public religious event on the streets (Corpus Christi procession, inauguration of Torah scrolls, etc) What is your age? What is your gender? How much total combined money did all members of your HOUSEHOLD earn last year? US Region
56 Atheist                                                                   Extremely comfortable Extremely comfortable Extremely comfortable Not so comfortable Somewhat comfortably Very comfortable Extremely comfortable Extremely comfortable Extremely comfortable Extremely comfortable 45 - 59 Male $50,000 to $74,999 Pacific
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