Americans with No Religious Affiliation

by Steve Ray on September 25, 2009

Even though the numbers are growing, those with no religious faith are far less than in Europe but it seems we are racing to catch up with them. We have to start doing more evangelism!

Survey shows sharp growth in Americans with no religious affiliation

The fastest-growing religious bloc in America today is the segment of the population that has no faith, according to a new survey by researchers at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Adults with no religious affiliation account for 15% of the population– nearly twice the figure from studies in the 1990s.

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