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People who are not religious tend to fall into three groups: hardline, easygoing, and those who are spiritual while rejecting organised faith, according to a study.
Its findings come ahead of new census data on religious identity due this autumn, which is expected to show a further jump in the proportion of the population that describe themselves as non–religious.
The Guardian cover our upcoming research on The Religion of Nones Read the full article here.
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Posted 23 September 2022
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