Report: Congress More Religious Than General Public

According to the Pew Research Center, members of the 114th Congress are much more religious than the public they serve, with only one member describing herself as religiously unaffiliated compared with 20 percent of the general public. What do you think?

“That’s strange, Congress has always represented the U.S. population so well.”

Ora Baker • Underwater Photographer


“Well, maybe if they didn’t spend all their time dicking around in church they could get something done in this country for a change.”

Richard Turpin • Dating Profile Consultant

“I don’t care what religion my congresspeople are, just as long as they continue doing such a wonderful job.”

Michael Jensen • Branch Cutter