Gallup Poll: Belief in God Hits New Low

Americans’ belief in God has fallen dramatically in recent years, to the lowest level since Gallup began polling the topic 78 years ago.

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The vast majority (81%) of U.S. adults believe in God, but the total was down six percentage points from 2017, Gallup reported Friday.

A total of 17% in Gallup’s May 2-22 Values and Beliefs poll said they did not believe in God.

Between 1944 and 2011, more than 90% of Americans said they believed in God.

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Through the 1960s, the poll consistently found that 98% said they believed in God. But in 2011, that total had fallen to 92%.

Surveys conducted between 2013-17 found belief in God dipping to 87%.

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Belief in God has fallen the most in recent years among young adults, progressives, and Democrats, according to Gallup. Those groups dropped 10 or more percentage points compared to an average of the 2013-2017 polls.

Liberals (62%), young adults (68%), and Democrats (72%) were least likely to believe in God. Continue reading at Newsmax.

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