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Survey Finds Shift in Number of Nonreligious Americans

A major new survey of religious life in the United States reveals a growing shift between the numbers of declared Christians and those who choose not to belong to any organized religion. In "America's Changing Religious Landscape," the Pew Research Center says the U.S. still has more Christians than any other nation, with just over 70 percent of adults, or 173 million Americans, identifying themselves as followers of Jesus Christ. That figure, however, has dropped...

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