The Jewish religious tradition has long been a part of the United States, and it is now the largest religion in the country, according to census data.
That makes the United State one of the most religious countries in the world.
But this religious diversity has also led to some interesting cultural divides.
In the United Kingdom, the largest religious group, the Jewish faith has long dominated the country.
But in recent years, the Church of England has grown into the largest Christian religion in Britain.
In the United states, Judaism has always been a minority religion, but that’s changed in recent decades.
According to the Pew Research Center, the proportion of Jews in the United Sates population now stands at 30 percent.
That number has grown steadily over the past three decades, rising from about 11 percent in 1950 to 20 percent in 2007.
But the percentage of Jews who identify as Christians also has grown, jumping from 15 percent to 23 percent between 2000 and 2007.
And the proportion who say they are unaffiliated has increased from 5 percent to 7 percent over the same period.
According To Pew Research, in the U.S., Jews make up less than 3 percent of the population, compared to as much as 4 percent in Britain and 6 percent in France.
But a new Pew Research poll finds that Jews are much more likely to identify as Protestants than Catholics.
In a 2014 Pew Research survey, the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life found that more than two-thirds of Jews (66 percent) identify as Protestant or Roman Catholic, compared with 31 percent of non-Jews and 5 percent of Muslims.
In contrast, just 4 percent of Jews identified as Catholic and only 1 percent as Protestant.
According TOI, there are approximately 11 million Jews in America, while about 8 million Catholics, 7.5 million Jews and 3.5 percent of other Christians live in the US.