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Overwhelming majority of 18-24s are non-religious

James Ledward September 6, 2017

New research shows that 71% of people in Britain aged between 18 and 24 are non-religious, as are 53% of the population overall and 58% in Scotland. These results are from the latest British Social Attitudes Survey, which recently released extended data on religion or belief in Britain yesterday. 

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53% of Britons are non-religious, says latest BSA Survey

James Ledward July 13, 2017

The 34th annual British Social Attitudes Survey shows that non-religious people represent a clear majority of British people in 2017. This accounts for 53% of the general population, a new high for the non-religious population, which was previously estimated at 51% in 2014.

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