63%

of U.S. teens identify as Christian — compared to 72% of their parents

Source: Pew Research Center
Additional Information: As of 2019. Teens are ages 13 to 17. This includes 21% of U.S. teens who identify as evangelical Protestant, 24% as Catholic, 9% as mainline Protestant, 6% as members of historically Back Protestant churches, and 3% as members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. About 1% or fewer say they are Orthodox Christian, Jehovah's Witness, or members of other members of Christian faiths.

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