So I guess over 50% of the US must be atheists, including Anglicans, Catholics, Presbyterians, Methodists, Lutherans, UCC ...
"The theory of evolution provides a fruitful and unifying scientific explanation for the emergence of life on earth, and that an acceptance of evolution in no way diminishes the centrality of Scripture in telling the stories of the love of God for the Creation and is entirely compatible with an authentic and living Christian faith."
Episcopal Church: Resolution A129
"In his encyclical Humani Generis (1950), my predecessor Pius XII has already affirmed that there is no conflict between evolution and the doctrine of the faith regarding man and his vocation, provided that we do not lose sight of certain fixed points [i.e., that the ToE can provide a materialistic explanation for the human soul] ..."
John Paul II, Message to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences on Evolution
"God created the universe and all that is therein, only not necessarily in six 24-hour days, and that God actually may have used evolution in the process of creation."
Evangelical Lutheran Church, FAQ
"Neither Scripture, our Confession of Faith, nor our Catechisms, teach the Creation of man by the direct and immediate acts of God so as to exclude the possibility of evolution as a scientific theory. ... We conclude that the true relation between the evolutionary theory and the Bible is that of non-contradiction and that the position stated by the General Assemblies of 1886, 1888, 1889 and 1924 was in error and no longer represents the mind of our Church."
Presbyterian Church U.S. - Evolution and the Bible.
"We find that science’s descriptions of cosmological, geological, and biological evolution are not in conflict with theology."
United Methodist Church - Petition 80050
"The United Church of Christ finds evolutionary theory and Christian faith to be compatible, embracing evolution as a means 'to see our faith in a new way'."
UCC - A Pastoral Letter on Faith Engaging Science and Technology