Pew has the results of a survey up that show the likelihood of marrying someone from the same religious faith. The percent varies for people of different faith traditions: “Brides, Grooms Often Have Different Faiths.” They find that Buddhists and Mainline Protestants are least likely to marry within their faith and Mormons and Hindus are most likely. The data come from Pews U.S. Religious Landscape Survey.

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