Are Millennials In The US Less Religious?
A Pew Research survey found the number of Christians in the U.S. is declining, while the number of unaffiliated adults is increasing.By Katherine Biek | May 12, 2015
The number of Americans identifying themselves as Christian is declining, while other religious affiliations are slightly increasing, according to a recent survey.
The Pew Research Center looked at more than 35,000 Americans over the age of 18. More than 70 percent affiliated themselves with Christianity, a nearly 8 percent drop from 2007.
Still, that's nearly three-fourths of the population, so it remains the largest religion in the U.S.