In America, 72% of the adult population identify themselves as Christian.
That, to my mind, makes this demographically (though of course not constitutionally) a Christian country.
And yet, among white evangelical Protestants, 70% believe that discrimination against Christians has become as big of a problem as discrimination against other groups!
The persecuted majority?
Do Christians get harassed by the police? Get discriminated against by landlords or employers? Get harsher jail sentences? Suffer any of the other forms of discrimination experienced by many minorities in this country?
Or, do some Christians simply resent living under a democratic constitution that separates Church and State?