Millennials Are Exiting From Religion Faster Than Any Other Age Group

More than a third of Americans between 18 and 35 consider themselves religiously unaffiliated.

Millenials seem to be exiting traditional religious institutions faster than any other group, but it isn't necessarily that they're shirking religion all together:

"According to the Pew Research Center, more than a third of Americans between 18 and 35 are now unaffiliated. Meaning, when asked on a survey what religious identity they hold, they answer none of the above.

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Two thirds believe in God or a universal spirit, and one in five even pray every day."

Watch the video above for further discussion.

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