America's changing religious identity. (PRRI)
Today, only 43% of Americans identify as white and Christian, and only 30% as white and Protestant.
White evangelical Protestants were once thought to be bucking a longer trend, but over the past decade their numbers have dropped substantially
Approximately six in ten white evangelical Protestants (62%), white Catholics (62%), and white mainline Protestants (59%) are at least 50 years old.
Muslims, Buddhists, and Hindus each constitute only 1% of the public.