According to a Pew Research Center report the younger generation is moving away from conventional religion.
The survey revealed that nearly 20% of Americans consider themselves religiously unaffiliated, up from just over 15% five years ago. Of that 20%, 30% are under the age of 30, while 9% are 65 or older.
68% of the unaffiliated say they believe in God, while 37% of respondents say they’re spiritual but not religious and 21% say they pray daily.
Only 6% consider themselves atheist or agnostic.