A new poll by Gallup finds that 77% of American adults identify themselves as Christian.
"The United States remains a largely Christian nation," reports Gallup. "More than nine in
10 Americans who have a religious identity are affiliated with a
Gallup also found the following U.S. denominational breakdown:
No religious identity: 15.6%
When asked about regular monthly church attendance, Mormons topped the list at 81% followed by Protestants at 64%.
Gallup says U.S. religious identification remained largely unchanged from last year.
The study's findings are based on 326,000 Gallup Daily tracking interviews conducted between Jan. 2 and Nov. 30.