of American adults (34 million people) decline to choose a church or denomination when asked to name their religion.
Of these nonidentifiers:
identify as formerly Protestant.
identify as formerly Roman Catholic.
were not raised in any religion as a child.
say they probably or definitely expect to take up a religion in the future.
had attended a worship service other than a wedding or funeral within the past year.
attend a worship service once a month.
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