According to a new survey (you've heard that one before), Americans believe religious aspects of Christmas are declining in the public sphere. The Pew Research Center surveyed U.S. adults between November 29-December 4, 2017 and found:
- 56 percent said religion is less prominent during Christmas than in the past.
- 30 percent said it hasn't changed.
- 12 percent said it's emphasized more.
- 46 percent said it's more of a religious holiday than a cultural one.
- 9 percent said the celebrate it as a religious and cultural holiday.
Is Christmas seen as a religious holiday in your home?
Pat Gray, Jeffy Fisher, and Keith Malinak share their thoughts on the latest findings. Read more on the findings by Kate Scanlong here.