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But taking margins of error into account, the decline in the number of Catholic adults could be as modest as 1 million. Meanwhile, the number of religiously unaffiliated adults has increased by roughly 19 million since There are now approximately 56 million religiously unaffiliated adults in the U. Indeed, the unaffiliated are now second in size only to evangelical Protestants among major religious groups in the U.
As the Millennial generation enters adulthood, its members display much lower levels of religious affiliation, including less connection with Christian churches, than older generations.
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And fewer than six-in-ten Millennials identify with any branch of Christianity, compared with seven-in-ten or more among older generations, including Baby Boomers and Gen-Xers. Roughly one-in-five are evangelical Protestants. In addition, people in older generations are increasingly disavowing association with organized religion. About a third of older Millennials adults currently in their late 20s and early 30s now say they have no religion, up nine percentage points among this cohort sincewhen the same group was between ages 18 and Nearly a quarter of Generation Xers now say they have no particular religion or describe themselves as atheists or agnostics, up four points in seven years.
As the shifting religious profiles of these generational cohorts suggest, switching religion is a common occurrence in the United States.
If switching among the three Protestant traditions e. Some switching also has occurred in the other direction: By contrast, Christianity — and especially Catholicism — has been losing more adherents through religious switching than it has been gaining. Former Christians represent Both the mainline and historically black Protestant traditions have lost more members than they have gained through religious switching, but within Christianity the greatest net losses, by far, have been experienced by Catholics.
Nearly one-third of American adults This means that No other religious group in the survey has such a lopsided ratio of losses to gains. The evangelical Protestant tradition is the only major Christian group in the survey that has gained more members than it has lost through religious switching.
Other highlights in this report include: The Christian share of the population is declining and the religiously unaffiliated share is growing in all four major geographic regions of the country. But the religiously unaffiliated have grown and Christians have declined as a share of the population within all three of these racial and ethnic groups. Although it is low relative to other religious groups, the retention rate of the unaffiliated has increased.
As the ranks of the religiously unaffiliated continue to grow, they also describe themselves in increasingly secular terms. The share of the public identifying with religions other than Christianity has grown from 4. Gains were most pronounced among Muslims who accounted for 0. More than one-in-ten immigrants identify with a non-Christian faith, such as Islam or Hinduism. Hindus and Jews continue to be the most highly educated religious traditions.
These groups also have above-average household incomes. About the U. Religious Landscape Study This is the first report on findings from the U.
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Religious Landscape Study, the centerpiece of which is a nationally representative telephone survey of 35, adults. The first was conducted inalso with a telephone survey of more than 35, Americans. The new study is designed to serve three main purposes: To provide a detailed account of the size of the religious groups that populate the U. The results of the Religious Landscape Study will be published in a series of reports over the coming year.
This first report focuses on the changing religious composition of the U. It also summarizes patterns in religious switching. In addition, this report includes an appendix that compares the findings of the and Religious Landscape Studies with several other surveys and assesses how recent developments in American religion fit into longer-term trends.
Data from a variety of national surveys, including the long-running General Social Survey and Gallup polls, confirm that Protestants have been declining as a share of the U. But there is less of a consensus about trends in American Catholicism.
Some surveys, including the one featured in this report, indicate that the Catholic share of the population is declining, while others suggest it is relatively stable or may have declined and then ticked back up in recent years. Other findings from the Religious Landscape Study will be released later this year.
Acknowledgments Many individuals from the Pew Research Center contributed to this report. Alan Cooperman, director of religion research, oversaw the effort and served as the primary editor.
Gregory Smith, associate director for religion research, served as the primary researcher and wrote the Overview and Methodology. Smith also wrote the chapter on the changing religious composition of the U. The chapter on religious switching and intermarriage was written by Research Associate Becka Alper.
Research Associate Jessica Martinez and Research Assistant Claire Gecewicz wrote the chapter on the demographic profiles of religious groups, and Research Analyst Elizabeth Sciupac wrote the chapter on the shifting religious identity of demographic groups.
Gecewicz prepared the detailed tables. Bill Webster created the graphics.
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Green, director of the Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics at the University of Akron, served as a senior adviser on the Religious Landscape Studies, providing valuable advice on the survey questionnaires, categorization of respondents and drafts of the reports. Additionally, we received helpful comments on portions of the study from David E. While the analysis was guided by our consultations with the advisers, the Pew Research Center is solely responsible for the interpretation and reporting of the data.
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