Religion Survey: Jews Score Highest, Muslims Lowest

The reopening of Germany's biggest synagogue at the Rykestrasse in Berlin (AP Photo)
The reopening of Germany's biggest synagogue at the Rykestrasse in Berlin (AP Photo)
The reopening of Germany’s biggest synagogue at the Rykestrasse in Berlin (AP Photo)

Washington (Salt Lake Tribune) – We like ourselves.

A new Pew Research survey finds U.S. adults feel most warmly about people who share their religion or those they know as family, friends or co-workers.

Americans give their highest scores to Jews, Catholics and evangelicals on a zero-to-100 “thermometer” featured in the survey, “How Americans Feel about Religious Groups,” released Wednesday. They’re nestled within a few degrees of one another: Jews, 63; Catholics, 62; evangelicals, 61.

In the middle of the chart: Buddhists, 53; Hindus, 50; Mormons, 48.

Trending to the chilly negative zone: atheists, 41 and Muslims, 40.

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