Skip over the part in this article which gloats about the political implications of the now unmistakable shift of the younger generation away from organized religion and just look at the numbers for the 18-30 age cohort:
• 29.5% Protestant
• 27.3% Catholic
• 1.1% Jewish
• 11.2% Other
• 30.9% None
This is just the latest installment in a trend that's been evident for decades: The younger you are, the less likely you are to adhere to a formal religion.
Now, of course, the $64 question is what happens to that cohort as it grows older. Does it replace the older, more devout citizenry, or does it become them?