A new study says the most rapidly growing religious category today is composed of those who say they have no religious affiliation.

In 1990 all but 7% of Americans claimed a religious affiliation, today 17% say they have no religious affiliation.  The study show that most say that politics play an important part in their decision.  Most have been alientated from organized religion by its increasingly conservative politics.


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