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.
Religious tribalism by the numbers. Of course, the lowest score was:
White evangelicals are leery of other non-Christians and downright chilly toward non-believers. They rank Buddhists at 39, Hindus at 38 and atheists draw 25 — the lowest score of any group.