SURVEY: 52% Of Brits Claim No Religious Affiliation

The Christian Post reports:

The proportion of Brits who identify as Christian has reached its lowest point in over three decades of polling, as more than half of respondents said they no longer affiliate with a religion, a new study suggests.

The National Centre for Social Research, which claims to be Britain’s largest independent social research agency, released its 36th annual British Social Attitudes report this week based on a survey of 3,879 people.

The report confirmed the continued trend seen in the U.K. and the United States of people not affiliating with any religion as 52% of respondents to the survey said they do not belong to any religion.

See the full report here. Screencap below. A similar US study released earlier this year showed that 23% of Americans claim no religious affiliation.