Religiously Unaffiliated

As if out of a futuristic book written decades ago, The Guardian brought up the issue of the Internet affecting religion.

With rates of “unnaffiliation” rising every year, it is curious what is causing this societal and seemingly generational shift. A few studies have been done and many factors are taken in to consideration, but the Internet is one of the leading causes of U.S. citizens to identify their beliefs without an organized religion.

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MIT
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U.S. Census
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