A national study released in March 2022 in a partnership between The Episcopal Church and Ipsos shows that there has been a decline in organized religion since 2020, and that many Americans feel there is a disconnect.
In March of last year, the Episcopal Church in partnership with Ipsos conducted a study in order to learn more about the state of Christianity in America today. They covered several topics, such as Jesus' impact on our society, the level of religious activity, and how others view Christianity and Christians in America.
The national website of The Episcopal Church states, "The research found that while the majority of Americans polled believe Jesus was an important spiritual figure and want equality in society, it also showed Christians are not necessarily practicing what Jesus taught, and Americans feel judged when talking about their beliefs. "
"[...] it also showed Christians are not necessarily practicing what Jesus taught, and Americans feel judged when talking about their beliefs."
If you would like to read more about the survey, and Jesus' impact in America, the full article, graphical data, and the survey results can be found at EpiscopalChurch.org.