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(CNN) — For the first time “No Religion” has topped a survey of Americans’ religious identity, according to a new analysis by a political scientist. The non-religious edged out Catholics and evangelicals in the long-running General Social Survey.

Ryan Burge, a political scientist at Eastern Illinois University and a Baptist pastor, found that 23.1% of Americans now claim no religion.

The article goes on to state the following:

Catholics came in at 23.0%, and evangelicals were at 22.5%.

The three groups remain within the margin of error of each other though, making it a statistical tie. Over 2,000 people were interviewed in person for the survey

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  1. This will change as soon as history repeats itself and end of times events unfold. Scriptural histories have many accounts of this. Man abandons God, God withdraws support, life gets unbearable, man returns to God life becomes good again. Only this time, is the last time.

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