Monday, September 11, 2006

Religious Affiliation Underestimated in U.S., Study Shows

Christians cannot be as easily defined as what many would like.

But the Baylor survey, believed to be one of the most detailed ever
done about religion in America, found that a tenth of people who picked
"no religion" out of 40 possible religious groups did something
interesting when asked later where they worship: they wrote down a

Taking that into consideration, Baylor researchers say the
percentage of people who are truly unaffiliated is more like 10.8
percent. The difference between 10.8 percent and 14 percent is roughly
10 million Americans. Read More.

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