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Students attending private religious high schools who say they cheated at least once on exams in the last year. Years until only "excessive nudity" and "the f-word" are banned from network television unless advertisers react, according to Tim Spengler, executive vice president of the Initiative Media ad agency. Rank of Harlem's black churches among popular destinations for tourists to New York City, after Times Square and Wall Street.
Students at other schools who said they had done so.

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Articles referenced above include:

Churchgoing tourists view Harlem on Sunday morningsThe New York Times (Oct. 21, 2002)
Networks Spice Up TV Programs—Dow Jones Newswire (Oct. 16, 2002)

Christianity Today's recent Go Figure columns include:

What do Americans pray for? (December 9, 2002)
How much more time do evangelical fathers give their children? (October 25, 2002)
What percentage of Americans believe in heaven? (September 13, 2002)
Americans continue to give to religious groups following September 11. (August 14, 2002)
The majority of Americans say September 11 proved there's "too little religion." (July 11, 2002)
Statistics on the Protestant clergy shortage and The Prayer of Jabez (May 23, 2002)
The number of Americans who say they have no religion is growing (May 8, 2002)
Orlando's Holy Land Experience surpasses first year expectations and Christian music soars in 2001. (April 1, 2002)
Can an atheist lead a protest from the grave? (March 12, 2002)
Do Christian readers want more fiction or more Bible studies? (Feb. 6, 2002)
More Americans who read the Bible are more "at peace" than those who don't. (Jan. 25, 2002)

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