Nones now as big as evangelicals, Catholics in the US

From RNS:

According to newly released General Social Survey data analyzed by Ryan P. Burge of Eastern Illinois University, Americans claiming no religion sometimes referred to as nones because of how they answer the question what is your religious tradition, now represent about 23.1 percent of the population, up from 21.6 percent in 2016. People claiming evangelicalism, by contrast, now represent 22.5 percent of Americans, a slight dip from 23.9 percent in 2016.

That makes the two groups statistically tied with Catholics (23 percent) as the largest religious or nonreligious groupings in the country.

Full article at Religion News Service.
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