I tend to look at the threads and I would say Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and Muslims take the worst of it. There seems to be a starting assumption that these faiths are “bad” which is truly unfortunate. I would add Episcopalians, but that seems to be the particular whipping child of a very few specific individuals only. They have been whipping away as of recently, but I suspect it will quiet down when a new “victim” comes along.
I have no doubt that in some parts of the US Catholics might take a beating from some of the non-denominationals and Baptist groups, ironic always to me because they ally perfectly on abortion and gay rights as the ONLY issues of import, but I never grew up with any anti-Catholic sentiment that I saw expressed nor frankly any time in my life. Perhaps the Northeast and Midwest are “safe” Catholic havens. I never experienced any issues when Catholic.
Of course I experience none as an Episcopalian, except from a couple of people here. Never anywhere else.
I don’t know a good deal about any of the maligned groups, just the basics. If they consider themselves Christian than I’m fine with it. It’s not for me to judge certainly, and my personal opinion is that God doesn’t, but that’s my opinion.
I think Islam is deeply maligned unfairly in this country. Its the knee jerk thing we have in America to always find a “safe” other to put down. Along with immigrants, they are safe to attack so far. Sadly this helps the “radical” cause immeasureably, something most people can see.