The “Nones”

Analyzing voting trends according to class, race, ethnicity, gender, and religion is common practice. In the article below, Liz Halloran of NPR examines the voting record of a group whose influence is on the rise: those who do not identify with any religious tradition.  According to the data from the recent election, seventy percent of voters who identify with this category voted for President Obama.

Add This Group To Obama’s Winning Coalition: ‘Religiously Unaffiliated’