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  1. Non-Hispanic whites or Non-Latino whites are Americans who identify as "white", and are not of Hispanic or Latino heritage. [3] [4] The United States Census Bureau defines white to include European Americans , Middle Eastern Americans , and North African Americans . [5]

  2. 23/12/2021 · Meanwhile, there has been a sharp increase in the percentage of Americans with no religion, which was less than 5% from through the early 1970s, rose to 10% by 2002 and was 21% in 2021. Fifty years ago, in 1971, 90% of U.S. adults identified with a Christian religion, 6% were non-Christian or another religion, and 4% did not have a religious preference.

  3. 12/05/2015 · Growth of Non-Christian Faiths. The 2014 Religious Landscape Study finds that 5.9% of U.S. adults identify with faiths other than Christianity, up slightly, but significantly, from 4.7% in 2007. The largest of these faiths is Judaism, with 1.9% of respondents identifying themselves as Jewish when asked about their religion.

  4. 29/08/2018 · At the opposite end of the spectrum, the Solidly Secular are the least religious of the seven groups.These relatively affluent, highly educated U.S. adults – mostly white and male – tend to describe themselves as neither religious nor spiritual and to reject all New Age beliefs as well as belief in the God of the Bible. 1 In fact, many do not believe in a higher power at all.

  5. The percentage declined steadily during the first two decades of the 21st century, reaching 47% in 2020. Gallup attributed the decline to increasing numbers of Americans expressing no religious preference. A 2013 Public Religion Research Institute survey reported that 31% of Americans attend religious services at least weekly.

  6. 14/09/2022 · And the percentage of Americans who identify as Muslims, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists and other non-Christian faiths could double. Those are among the major findings of a new report from the Pew Research Center regarding America’s religious future—a future where Christianity, though diminished, persists while non-Christian faiths grow amid rising secularization.