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#4 - I find that hard to believe, unless your back then was when th…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/09/2011 on Religion -1
User avatar #5 - stfugtfovikki (10/09/2011) [-]
Are you joking?

"Americans have become increasingly less tied to formal religion in recent decades, with the percentage saying they do not have a specific religious identity growing from near zero in the 1950s to 16% this year and last."

Near zero in just the 50s. No one wanted to admit being atheist because it was so looked down upon.


"When Gallup first asked this question in 1957, 7% of Americans said religion was old-fashioned. That percentage was generally at or around 20% during much of the 1980s and 1990s, but has risen to 29% last year and 28% this year.
Thus, although clearly still a minority, the segment of Americans who believe "religion is largely old-fashioned" is now modestly higher than it was a decade or two ago."


Do your research bro. People are becoming more and more comfortable with denying religion.
User avatar #6 - stfugtfovikki (10/09/2011) [-]
publicly.
#2 - its always been acceptable >.>  [+] (4 new replies) 10/08/2011 on Religion -1
User avatar #3 - stfugtfovikki (10/08/2011) [-]
No. Back then everyone kept their mouths shut if they didn't believe in god.

Now more people are becoming more and more open-minded.
#4 - iamcoolsweet (10/09/2011) [-]
I find that hard to believe, unless your back then was when the Church used to kill people for not believing what they did then yes, but its been acceptable for a long time...
User avatar #5 - stfugtfovikki (10/09/2011) [-]
Are you joking?

"Americans have become increasingly less tied to formal religion in recent decades, with the percentage saying they do not have a specific religious identity growing from near zero in the 1950s to 16% this year and last."

Near zero in just the 50s. No one wanted to admit being atheist because it was so looked down upon.


"When Gallup first asked this question in 1957, 7% of Americans said religion was old-fashioned. That percentage was generally at or around 20% during much of the 1980s and 1990s, but has risen to 29% last year and 28% this year.
Thus, although clearly still a minority, the segment of Americans who believe "religion is largely old-fashioned" is now modestly higher than it was a decade or two ago."


Do your research bro. People are becoming more and more comfortable with denying religion.
User avatar #6 - stfugtfovikki (10/09/2011) [-]
publicly.
#241 - bryci 09/24/2011 on Wow 0
#215 - If you love StarCraft you would at least spell it right >.>  [+] (1 new reply) 09/17/2011 on Student Wins 4 +1
#338 - dajoker (09/17/2011) [-]
for shame
#2 - At least one person does... 07/13/2011 on RL Singed getting ganked +3
#17 - he/she is a fake.... 04/11/2011 on iLoveYouhh's profile 0
#740 - no it was a canadian force 03/03/2011 on Canada! -1
#601 - dont count me on it but i think its mizugi kanojo 01/19/2011 on Making Snow +2
#124 - i think it is one of bianca beauchamp but dont count me on it 01/15/2011 on Then And Now 0
#51 - Indeed! 01/10/2011 on Deal with it. (Read Desc) 0
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