Religion is on the rise in the United States, according to a new survey.
Religion is also on the increase in Australia, according a new study, but the reasons are complex.
The survey, which asked Americans whether religion was on the decline or growing in the country, found that the majority of Americans believe religion is on a steady path.
However, according the survey, the percentage of Americans who feel religion is growing is not as high as many people believe.
“I think that’s an important distinction to make,” said Sam Biddle, an associate professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
A growing number of Americans think religion is becoming more American in the US, according an Associated Press survey conducted in March and April.
Biddle, who led the survey with Michael Cohen, said the US may be witnessing a “revival of religion” and a resurgence of the idea that religion has been under attack for centuries.
In the US since the early 1800s, religion has become increasingly tied to the country’s racial and ethnic groups, including those of Irish, African Americans, Native Americans, Muslims, and members of other groups.
As a result, the number of people who identify as religious has dropped sharply over the past decade.
The proportion of Americans identifying as atheist or agnostic has also declined.
There is no definitive number of American adults who are religiously unaffiliated.
Some religious traditions, such as Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, have long been considered to be more conservative.
The Pew Research Center, however, found in 2016 that fewer Americans than in any previous survey identify as evangelical, and the number who say they are religiously affiliated with no religion has also dropped dramatically.
Other countries are also experiencing a revival of religion.
In the UK, the proportion of adults who said religion was very or somewhat important or important but not a big deal has increased over the last decade, according and the Pew Research Centre.
Australia’s population is more religious than the US.
The latest census data showed that there are 4.1 million people who identified as Anglicans in 2017.
The Anglican Church is one of Australia’s largest religions and it has a large presence in the national media, with its Sunday school and Sunday services regularly televised.
Christianity has historically been a minority religion in Australia.
According to the latest census, only 2.7% of people identified as Catholic, and only 1.7%, as Protestant, in the 2016 survey.
Still, the rise of Islam has also contributed to a rise in religious participation in Australia and in the rest of the world.
In 2016, Muslims made up 5% of Australia, compared to 4.3% in 2016.
Australian Muslims are a small proportion of the population, with only 8% of Muslims identifying as Australian citizens, compared with 24% in 2017, according data compiled by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.