Back in the 1990s, the American sociologist of religion Helen A. Berger conducted a project which she termed the Pagan Census in a successful attempt to gain a better understanding of the contemporary Pagan community’s demography. (For those interested, her findings were published in 2003 as Voices from the Pagan Census: A National Survey of Witches and Neo-Pagans in the United States).
Then, from 2009-2010, Berger teamed up with the well-known scholar of new religions James R. Lewis to perform the Pagan Census Revisited, in the hope of observing changes in the intervening decade. Now, Berger and Lewis have created what they term the Pagan Census Revisited II, a series of 31 questions for practicing Pagans in the U.S. They would be grateful if those eligible would fill out the confidential questionnaire online at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PCR-II.