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When asked if they approve of the 1962 SCOTUS ruling that teachers and school officials should not lead prayers in public schools 84% of religious nonbelievers approved. This is more than any other religious affiliation but not unusual for non-Christians.

Christians are far more likely to approve of teachers being allowed to lead classroom prayer.

As with many related surveys, Jewish opinion is far more in sync with that of nonbelievers than with other religions.

"Nic Frame is a sociology Ph.D. candidate at Purdue University. Their research focuses on non-religion, social movements, identity, and politics. Currently, their dissertation explores the nuances of the...