According to a new study by the Pew Research Center, women are more religious than men. The CBN report say the study, titled “The Gender Gap in Religion Around the World,” found that 84% of women from around the world identity with a faith group, compared with 79.9% of men. This devotion is despite the fact that in many religions and denominations, women do not hold positions of power. The Pew study also found that 64% of American women say they pray daily, while only 47% of men do so in the U.S. In France, only 15% of women and 9% of men prayed daily. The only religions where men tend to be more devout than women are Islam and Orthodox Judaism.