Christmas Gallup Poll Shows Slight Growth of Religious ‘Nones’ December 24, 2012

Christmas Gallup Poll Shows Slight Growth of Religious ‘Nones’

The latest Gallup poll shows that 15.6% of people have no religious identity, up from 15% a year ago, and 2.2% of people gave no response when asked to identify their religious identity.

Keep in mind that these numbers include people who are religious (without a label) and people who believe in God (but claim not to be religious).

Still, we’re talking about a group of people that is larger than the Mormons, Jews, Muslims, and non-Christians faiths combined.

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