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Should the United States be a Christian nation? 

Below are 17 questions from surveys in the ARDA that attempt to measure this concept. The ARDA staff further categorized these questions into 2 types:

[ Advocate or Defend? | Christian Nation? ]

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Category 1:Advocate or Defend?
 

Should the government advocate or defend Christian values and symbols?

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Q30B from Baylor Religion Survey, 2005

Q39E from Baylor Religion Survey, 2005

Q39L from Baylor Religion Survey, 2005

ADVOCHR from Baylor Religion Survey, Wave II (2007)

DISPREL from Baylor Religion Survey, Wave II (2007)

PBDPST10 from State of the First Amendment Survey, 2005

FRREL1 from State of the First Amendment Survey 1997

SUPRELIG from News Interest Index / Religion Overflow, July 2005

TENCOMM from Religion and Public Life Survey, 2004

JWCHRSCH from Williamsburg Charter Survey On Religion and Public Life, 1987

CHSTSEP from Williamsburg Charter Survey On Religion and Public Life, 1987


Category 2:Christian Nation?
 

Should the government (federal/state) declare/pass legislation that the United States a Christian nation?

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CHRNATN from Baylor Religion Survey, Wave II (2007)

CHRSTLAW from National Study of Youth and Religion, Wave 2 (2005)

CHRISTCO from Southern Focus Poll, South Survey, Spring 1994

USCHRIS from American Jewish Committee Religious Right Survey, 1996

CHRISTCO from Southern Focus Poll, Non-South Survey, Spring 1994

XIANLAWS from Religious Influence and Identity Survey, 1996



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