Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Jews vs. Episcopalians, Part III: Let's continue to gain perspective on two of America's important religious groups. A very simple question is: which group is bigger? According to the General Social Survey, 1.99% (or 5.9 million) of Americans are Jewish, and 2.02% (or 6 million) are Episcopalian. Almost identical in size.

1 comment:

  1. What are the relative costs imposed on those who wish to join the respective religions?

    Jews are among the most intensely studied of groups from a purely genetic standpoint. Have there been _any_ genetic studies of Episcopalians?


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