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Americans Leaving Religion at Accelerating Rate; 33% of 18-24 Year-Olds Claim No Religion
A recent study has revealed that roughly 20% of America now claims no religious affiliation, a jump up from roughly 8% in 1990.

Notably, one-third of young Americans, those between 18-24 years of age, claim no religious affiliation, the highest of any measured group.

An article about this data -- detailing many of the trends seen in Generation Atheist -- can be read here.