By Lauren Markoe
A quarter of U.S. adults do not affiliate with any religion, a new study shows – an all-time high in a nation where large swaths of Americans are losing faith.
But while these so-called “nones” outnumber any religious denomination, they are not voting as a bloc, and may have little collective influence on the upcoming presidential election.
The rapid growth of the religiously unaffiliated, charted in a survey released by the Public Religion Research Institute Thursday, is raising eyebrows even among those who follow trends in American religiosity.
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