Religiously unaffiliated people more likely than those with a religion to lean left, accept homosexuality

Posted on AllSides September 29th, 2020
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Most people around the world identify with a religion or religious group. The rest, an estimated 16% of the global population in 2020, are religiously unaffiliated, meaning they identify as atheists, agnostics or describe their religion as “nothing in particular.”

Religiously unaffiliated people more accepting of homosexuality
In many countries, being religiously unaffiliated is linked to certain social and political views. For example, in some countries, religiously unaffiliated adults – a group also known as religious “nones” – are more likely to express accepting views of homosexuality, less likely...

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