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A new report from the Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion & Public Life shows that the number of Americans who do not identify with any religion is growing at a swift pace.
The report also found that the Protestant share of the population has shrunk. In 2007, 53 percent of adults in Pew Research Center surveys described themselves as Protestants.
In multiple surveys conducted in the first half of 2012, fewer than half of American adults said they are Protestant (48 percent). This marks the first time in Pew Research Center surveys that the Protestant share of the population has dipped significantly below 50 percent.
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