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Poll: Young Americans are more tolerant of religious and nonreligious people alike
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By Pat Cunningham
July 6, 2013 11:15 a.m.



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As we see HERE, young Americans are far more tolerant of religious differences among the populace than old folks are:

Nearly half of all Americans — 48 percent — say the growing number of nonreligious people is “bad for society,” according to a poll conducted by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public  Life.

But about the same amount — 50 percent — say the rise in nonreligious people is either a good thing (39 percent), or doesn’t matter (11 percent).

The findings flesh out last year’s Pew Forum survey on the “nones,” the one in five Americans who ...

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