If that trend continues the percentage of Christians in America could fall to 52% in 2029 and 39% in 2039. Consequently, 61% of Americans could be non-Christian by 2039.Read more
Even euthanasia; doctor-assisted suicide, is morally acceptable for 52%, or more than half, of all Americans.
Oddly, 53% of Americans think buying and wearing clothing made of animal fur is wrong.
Polling data shows that nonreligious people are now America’s largest religious group. In fact, data from the Pew Religious Landscape Study shows 45.7% of Americans could identify as nonreligious or actively secular.Read more
The Northeast is America’s least Christian region. The five most Post-Christian cities; Albany, Burlington, Vermont, Portland, Maine, Providence, Rhode Island and Hartford, Connecticut, were all located in that region. Eight of the top 10 cities for Post Christianity were found in the Northesat.Read more