That is, according to the Pew’s new toting up of the religious identities of members of the next Congress, Jews are the most overrepresented, with 8.4 percent of the representatives and senators as opposed to just 1.7 percent of the U.S. adult population. That beats out those pillars of mainline Protestantism, the Anglican/Episcopalians and the Presbyterians. Pentecostals are badly underrepresented, with 4.4 percent of the population but only .5 percent of Congress. However, they do a lot better than those who claim no religious affiliation. The latter weigh in at 16.5 percent of the population but zero percent of Congress. What does that tell you?