- Nearly 92% of Congress -- or 491 of the 535 members -- identifies as Christian, according to a study by Pew Research
- Of the 301 Republicans in the 114th Congress, Jewish freshman Rep. Lee Zeldin of New York is the only non-Christian
- Democrats in Congress are 12% Jewish and have two Buddhist, two Muslims, one Hindu and one unaffiliated member
- Though 20% of the country does not identify with a faith, only one member of Congress publicly identifies as such
Washington (CNN)The men and women of the 114th Congress, despite being bitterly divided and partisan, almost universally share one thing in common: Their faith.