About one-in-five Americans who have been harassed online say it was because of their religion

Posted on AllSides February 3rd, 2021
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Some 41% of U.S. adults have been harassed online in at least one of six ways covered in a Pew Research Center survey conducted in September 2020. Those who have been subjected to these experiences cite a number of reasons for why they were targeted, and a notable share believe that the harassment they faced was due to their religious affiliation.

About three-in-ten White evangelical Protestants who’ve been harassed online say it was due to their religion
About one-fifth of those Americans who have personally experienced online harassment (19%)...

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