Graphic of the Week: Retention Rates of Religious and Unaffiliated Americans

  Our new Graphic of the Week examines how formative experiences with or without religion impact the likelihood of identifying as religious later in life. Ninety-three percent of Americans report that they raised in a religious household, compared to just seven percent who were raised with no formal religious affiliation. As the graphic illustrates, the current religious affiliation of the two groups is markedly different. Among those who were raised… more

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