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The Nation

March 27, 1987

About three Americans in 10 can be described as "unchurched," but only 4% of those can be described as "totally non-religious," according to a survey conducted by the Gallup Poll. The "unchurched" Americans were classified as those who said they were not members of any church or synagogue, but who did express a religious preference or said that religion was at least "fairly important" in their lives. Those classified as "totally non-religious" said they had no religious preference, were not church members and said religion was "not very important" in their lives.

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