Ranks of religious unaffiliated 'nones' on the rise
MOORHEAD, Minn. -- College senior Kristi Del Vecchio said when it comes to religion, she's "kind of in the 'none'" category.
She belongs to a growing group of "nones," those who don't identify with any religion. Twenty percent of the U.S. public is in that same category, according to a study released in October by the Pew Research Center. That is up from 15 percent five years ago.
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