The Alliance Defending Freedom commissioned a Barna poll that shows more Americans believe religious freedom is worse today than it was 10 years ago, with Christian Millennials and Gen-Xers among the groups most concerned about the future.

Key findings include:

Forty-one percent of Americans say religious freedom is worse off than 10 years ago, compared to 33 percent just three years ago.

Fifty-five percent of practicing Christian Millennials believe religious freedom is worse today, up from 32 percent in 2012.

Fifty-six percent of practicing Christian Millennials are “very concerned” about the future of religious freedom, up from 19 percent since 2012.

Sixty percent of Christian Gen-Xers believe religious freedom is worse today, compared to 40 percent in 2012.

Read the full report.