And then there were 'nones': Americans identifying as non-religious plateaus in yearly Gallup survey
December 14, 2022
By Mark A. Kellner - The Washington Times
There’s been a rise in the number of Americans identifying as claiming no religious affiliation — often referred to as “nones” — but the surge may have hit a speed bump.
Over the past 10 years, Gallup has included the option of identifying as having “no religion” in its annual surveys of faith affiliation. But while roughly 1 in 5 Americans identify with the “nones,” that percentage has been constant for some time.
“The percentage of the population who are religious ‘nones’ has remained roughly the same now for six years,”...
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