Americans Overstate Claims Of Church Attendance

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Americans Overstate Claims Of Church Attendance

According to a new study, Americans are prone to exaggerating how often they attend church depending on how they are asked, with 36 percent of Americans reporting church attendance in a phone survey compared to the 31 percent answering online surveys. What do you think?

  • “Of course I attend. All children of Ba’al know that He is sated only by our steady and unflinching sacrifice.”

    Chad Gleeson
    Plaque Engraver
  • “Did this study include Jew and Muslim church?”

    Olivia Snyder
    Homemaker
  • “The Americans willing to do live phone interviews are so lonely they’ll say whatever will keep you on the phone just a little longer.”

    Francis Kirkwood
    Shipping Expert
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