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Secularism gains among Democrats and Independent voters

Religious affiliation still remains strongest among Republicans. According to this recent Pew report, secularism among the American public has grown to 12% - a 50% increase since 1987.
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Religious affiliation still remains strongest among Republicans. According to this recent Pew report, secularism among the American public has grown to 12% – a 50% increase since 1987.

Among political affiliations, the Republicans showed a small increase in religious affiliation while Democrats and Independents showed considerable increase in secular tendencies. Democrats indicating that they are secular increased from 7% to 11% – an increase of 57% since 1987. Independents showed the strongest growth in secular tendencies – 9% to 17% – an increase of some 89%.

It would appear over all that religious influence among voters is decreasing, but it remains strongest in the GOP.

Most sincerely,

T. J. Flapsaddle

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