Analyzes trends in Americans' views of government funding for faith-based initiatives and religious groups' eligibility criteria, hiring practices, and ability to help the needy by age, race/ethnicity, political affiliation, education, and religion.
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Title: Results From the 2009 Annual Religion and Public Life Survey: Faith-Based Programs Still Popular, Less Visible
Publication date 2009-11-14
Publication Year 2009
Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life
North America / United States
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