...is no religion. And it's growing in popularity. According to today's U.S. Today article which is currently running in the U.S. (today):
So many Americans claim no religion at all (15%, up from 8% in 1990), that this category now outranks every other major U.S. religious group except Catholics and Baptists. In a nation that has long been mostly Christian, "the challenge to Christianity … does not come from other religions but from a rejection of all forms of organized religion," the report concludes.These levels now qualify as epidemic proportions. Branded as a Christian nation, America is slowly giving up that fad. And guess what? We're all still moral creatures. Funny that, eh?