Pew Research has marked Billy Graham's death by publishing 5 Facts on US Evangelicalism.
- About a quarter (25.4%) of U.S. adults identify with evangelical Protestantism
- The evangelical Protestant share of the population has dipped slightly in recent years (from 26.3% in 2007 to 25.4% in 2014), but more slowly than the mainline Protestant and Catholic populations.
- Three-quarters (76%) of evangelical Protestants in the U.S. are white, but the share of evangelicals who are not white is growing.
- On average, evangelical Protestants have somewhat lower levels of educational attainment, compared with the U.S. public as a whole.
- Half (49%) of evangelical Protestant adults reside in the South, which is home to 37% of the overall U.S. adult population.