Religion is consistently becoming less important in the lives of Americans, according to a recent report by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life. Twenty percent of American adults now say they're unaffiliated with any religion. Compare this to 40 years ago, when just seven percent of American adults said they were unaffiliated with any religion.

Callie Crossley looks at what this means for God and country on Boston Public Radio. We want to hear from you: Are you less religious than your parents? Leave a comment on the Boston Public Radio Facebook page.



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