US history-Religion

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By 1960, about 65 percent of Americans:
1. prayed
2. believed in evolution
3. belonged to a church
4. read the Bible
5. believed in God

There are no clear stats but 3 would be the most closest answer correct?

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    I have no idea? Have you read your text?

  • US history-Religion -

    yes I have, I am guessing it is 5 ?

  • US history-Religion -

    yes I have, I am guessin
    g it is 5 ?

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