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Faith in numbers: Behind the gender difference of nonreligious Americans

By Ryan Burge, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Eastern Illinois University
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Younger and older American men tend to identify more with being religious 'nones' than women of the same age, but between 35 and 45 the rates merge. A data and religion expert probes why.

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