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Study: Religion Losing Ground In U.S.

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Study: Religion Losing Ground In U.S.

Study: Religion Losing Ground In U.S.

Study: Religion Losing Ground In U.S.

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Almost all religious denominations have lost numbers and a growing number of Americans say they have no religion at all, according to a recent survey commissioned by Trinity College.

Trinity College professor Mark Silk, leader of the study, explains the findings.

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