The 2012 Religious Congregations and Membership Study, conducted every 10 years, can track Americans' religious affiliation down to the county level.
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Observers noted that among the survey’s most striking findings is that one in four Canadians, or 7.8 million people, reported they had no religious affiliation at all. That was up sharply from 16.5 percent from the 2001 census, and 12 percent in 1991.
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