Protestants Not Majority In U.S. For First Time

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Protestants Not Majority In U.S. For First Time

According to a new study, the share of Americans identifying as Protestant is less than 50 percent for the first time on record, having fallen from more than two-thirds of the population just 40 years ago. What do you think?

  • “It’s devastating to think that this correlates with a rise in people identifying as ‘spiritual.’”

    Marcel Booth
    Systems Analyst
  • “It just goes to show you, give us Catholics 500 years and we’ll get the job done.”

    Polly Denaro
    Clock Polisher
  • “Well, shit, there go our chances for a Protestant president.”

    Graham Symonds
    Lawn Mower Mechanic