Religious donors contribute more to secular causes, too
CWN - December 10, 2010
A Wall Street Journal report finds that Americans who are religious are more likely to give money to charities-- and not just to religious charities:
Of the most secular fifth of Americans, two-thirds said they gave money to charity in the previous year. That's an impressive number, but it pales next to the 94% of the most religious fifth who reported making a charitable donation.
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