Meet John Q. Nones: A Profile of the Fast-Growing Religiously Unaffiliated

At Religion News Service, Lauren Markoe analyzes a recent Pew survey, which find the growth of religious “nones,” and provides a snapshot of a typical person without any religious affiliation. The Pew survey indicates that 20 percent of Americans now consider themselves to be religiously unaffiliated. Markoe writes, “Meet John Q. Nones, a young, white male who is making a big impression on the American religious landscape for something he doesn’t do: align with any religious group.” 

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