Incoming Congress least devout, most religiously diverse

Hindu, Buddhist win first-time seats

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Catholics tilted toward the Democratic side by a margin of 57 percent to 43 percent, while Jewish lawmakers were 97 percent Democrat, with House Majority Leader Eric Cantor once again listed as the sole Jewish Republican.

All other non-Christian denominations, such as Muslim and Hindu, were made up exclusively of Democrats, as were all lawmakers who declined to specify a religion.

The Pew study used congressional data compiled mainly by CQ Roll Call.

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