Huge Drop in People Who Belong to a Specific Christian Denomination

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Huge Drop in People Who Belong to a Specific Christian Denomination

A new report from Gallup shows that the percentage of Americans who identify with some specific religious denomination is lower than ever before.
In 2000, 50% of Americans said they were Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, etc. By 2016, that number had dropped to 30%.

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And as more and more people

And as more and more people drop out of the various sects, those remaining become proportionately louder and shriller in their complaints about persecution and demands for special privileges. Is there a name for this ratio? Perhaps the inverse deflation-obnoxiousness curve?

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