- Congress Remains Far More Christian than the CountryDenominational identity is dropping among lawmakers, but few are “nones.”español
- In England and Wales, Christianity Falls Below Half the PopulationAnalysis: The rise of the nonreligious raises questions for the faithful in a new era of pluralism and diversity.
- They’re Not Religious. But They Oppose Abortion.“Nones” take a more prominent place in the pro-life movement.
- From the Rise of the ‘Nones’ to the Indifference of the ‘Never Weres’A sociologist observes the changing tides of American antireligion.
- ‘Nondenominational’ Is Now the Largest Segment of American ProtestantsUS Religion Census finds independent congregations have surged in the last decade.Français
- Gallup: Fewer Than Half of Americans Belong to a ChurchCoupled with the rise of religious nones, even people of faith are less likely to join a house of worship.
- Increasingly, Religious 'Nones' Support Pastors Preaching Politics on Pulpit Freedom SundayOn eve of seventh Sunday protest, here's what surveys suggest Americans think.
- Half of Adults Say Religious Nones Are Bad for AmericaEven the unaffiliated don't see declining religiosity as a good thing.
- Rise of Religious 'Nones' Affecting Hispanic Catholics Much More Than ProtestantsNew Gallup survey finds significant differences in religiosity among U.S. Latinos.