While the pandemic persists, life in religious congregations is showing signs of slowly returning to normal. Twenty-one percent of adults attend weekly religious services in-person, up from 5% in the spring of 2020.
Among those Americans without a connection to organized religion, 59% say religion was at least somewhat important in their family when they were children and 44% feel at least somewhat connected with their spirituality.
An overwhelming majority of Americans across party lines support the efforts to provide refuge in the U.S. to Afghans who supported the American and Afghan governments during the war.
A majority of Americans support abortion in most cases during the first trimester of a woman’s pregnancy, but most oppose the procedure later in the pregnancy.
Few Americans say the United States should have a major role in working out a solution to the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.