Growing number of Americans believe Christians complain too much about ‘persecution’

A growing number of Americans believe that Christians complain too much about domestic persecution. While a growing number of Christians and non-Christians believe religious intolerance is on the rise in the U.S., many find that Christians excessively protest their treatment. The story says that 71 percent of evangelicals and 70 percent of regular churchgoers agree that religious freedom is declining in the U.S. Forty-six percent of non-religious people believe religious liberty was on the decline. At the same time, Thirty-eight percent of Christians (over one-third) and 59 percent of non-Christians agreed that the religious community is too sensitive to persecution.

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