RHINELANDER - A new, extensive Pew Research Center survey shows a changing religious landscape in the United States. Results from the group's second, the first survey was done in 2007, survey shows that nearly ¼ of Americans these days don't associate with a particular religion.
That number has increased by more than six percentage points since 2007.
That's while more Americans turn away from Christianity. The Pew Research Center study shows that roughly 70 percent of American's still call themselves Christians.