Numbers of white evangelical Christians in America are declining, according to a new Public Religion Research Institute survey. The study on the state of religion in America shows that while many religions have stabilized, white evangelical membership has dropped significantly, from 25% in 2006 to 14% in 2020. Levels of the religiously nonaffiliated have remained roughly the same in recent years, making up around a quarter of the American population. This hour, we look at the American religious landscape and what influences our religious identity. Our guest is ROBERT P. JONES, CEO of PRRI and the author of White Too Long: the Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity.