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Losing Religion: More than Half of Britons Say They Have ‘No Religion’

Losing Religion: More than Half of Britons Say They Have ‘No Religion’

From a study conducted in 2016, data from the British Social Attitudes Survey suggests that 53 per cent of the British public describes themselves as having “no religion” – up from 48 per cent in 2015, reports Christian Today. When the survey began in 1983, the proportion of those who had no religion stood at just 31 per cent. Anglicans have halved in number since the year 2000 when 30 per cent claimed to align themselves with the nation’s church, and just three per cen…
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