A survey of 11-18 year-olds in England on behalf of Hope and the Church of England on their perceptions of Jesus.
- Half (51%) of Christian young people describe themselves as active Christians.
- Praying is the most commonly performed activity among Christian 11-18 year olds of those tested, with around two thirds (64%) reporting that they do this at least monthly.
- More than half (55%) of non-Christians say that they personally know someone who is an active Christian.
- Around half (49%) of non-Christians who know an active Christian have spoken to them about their faith in Jesus.
Date Published: 24/05/2017
Categories: Faith | Public and communities
Client: Hope and Church of England
ComRes interviewed 2,000 people aged 11-18 online between 7th-19th December 2016. Data were weighted to be representative of this audience by age, gender and region.