One-third of American workers say they have seen or experienced religious discrimination at their workplace.
That's according to a new study by the Tanenbaum Center for Inter-religious Understanding. The center asked more than 2,000 Americans about religious freedom at work.
Thirty-two percent of white evangelicals said others look down on them because of their beliefs, while 31 percent percent of non-religious workers said the same.
About 60 percent of atheists said their beliefs are not respected.
In addition, more than half of those surveyed agree that Muslims suffer "a lot of discrimination."
Six out of 10 white evangelicals believe discrimination against Christians is as common as discrimination against other faiths.