The American Religion Data Archive (ARDA) holds over 200 surveys on religion, including general population surveys, public opinion, surveys of selected religious groups, surveys of religious professionals, and aggregate church, congregational and denominational data.
A nationally representative study of congregations carried out via interviews with congregational informants, mostly clergy. Conducted in conjunction with the 1998 General Social Survey (GSS). Respondents reported on a wide variety of congregational activities. A sample size of 1236.
"The North American Jewish Data Bank is the central repository for social scientific studies of North American Jewry. Both national and community studies are archived at the Data Bank in order to guarantee their availability for future generations of students and researchers. The Data Bank's primary functions are to acquire, archive, and disseminate quantitative data sets and reports and to encourage utilization of the Data Bank archives."
The observation in this dataset is a state-five-year unit. This dataset provides information regarding the number of adherents by religions, as well as the percentage of the state's population practicing a given religion. Data collected from 2009-2012