Young Americans more loyal to religion than Baby Boomers

By Reuters Staff
August 9, 2010

religion survey Younger Americans, between the ages of 36 to 50, are more likely to be loyal to religion than Baby Boomers, according to new research.

Pew dissects U.S. “Millennials” on issues of faith and culture

February 17, 2010

The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life has just issued a report that examines issues of faith and culture among Americans between the age of 18 and 29 — a demographic group that has been dubbed the “Millennials” because most came of age around 2000. You can see our story here and the report here.