Barna Update | New Post-Christian Stats & Ranking by Cities

2015 Sees Sharp Rise in Post-Christian Population

Is America a post-Christian nation? Not quite—but in just two years, the percentage of Americans who qualify as “post-Christian” rose by 7 points (from 37% in 2013 to 44% in 2015), bringing the number very near the halfway mark.

Across the United States, cities in every state are becoming more post-Christian—some at a faster rate than others.

What cities are the most “post-Christian” in 2015? How have the rankings changed since 2013—and where does your city fall?

Read the research here >

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