„Members of the Hindu and Jewish faith are nearly three times more likely to make over $100,000 when compared to the national average. Those who consider themselves Buddhist and Orthodox Christian are also more likely to make six figures.
In comparison, evangelical Christians and Catholics both see a large number of their adherents making less than $30,000 a year. That percentage is even higher when looking at historically black Christian churches.
Those unaffiliated with any religious group are almost evenly divided along income lines, while Mormons and Muslims are both likely to make between $30,000 and $74,999.”