November 2019 American Perspectives Survey
The November 2019 American Perspectives Survey examines the changing nature of religious life in America, especially the rise in those who identify as religiously unaffiliated. The national survey of 2,561 adults was conducted online using YouGov’s online panel. The survey explores the role of religion in family life and relationships, looking at Americans’ religious upbringings, and the rise of secular couples.
Date Fielded: November 13–14, 2019
Sample Size: N=2,561
Related Report: The decline of religion in American family life
|APS Nov-2019 Topline Questionnaire.pdf|
|APS Nov-2019 SPSS.sav|
|APS Nov-2019 Stata.dta|