[ ey-ri-lij-uhs ]
/ ˌeɪ rɪˈlɪdʒ əs /
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unconcerned with or indifferent to religious matters.
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While that doesn’t mean a majority of Americans are areligious, the share of religiously unaffiliated Americans has also been increasing and is now more in line with the share of evangelicals or Catholics.Politics Podcast: Americans Are Losing Their Religion. That’s Changing Politics.|Galen Druke|April 22, 2021|FiveThirtyEight