True or false: some Americans are truer than others.

Position:GIVEN the EVIDENCE - Brief article

A Pew Research Center report that was released February 1, 2017, looked at how Americans rank certain factors in assessing national identity (language, religious affiliation, and the practice of national customs and traditions)--or rather, what makes someone "truly American."

Just under a third of those surveyed (32%) believed that being Christian is very important to being truly American.

Age differences continue to offer hope for nonbelievers seeking wider acceptance in the United States; those surveyed who were fifty and older placed far greater importance on being a Christian (44% said it's very important) than Americans under thirty-five (18%).

Along political lines, 43% of Republicans said being Christian is vital to...

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