Cronkite News/Arizona PBS would like to know how Arizona’s religious landscape is shifting away from faith. Share your story and experiences with religion.
According to the 2014 Religious Landscape Study by the Pew Research Center, there is a growing trend of people in the United States who identify as religiously unaffiliated. These religious “nones” identify as atheist, agnostic or “nothing in particular.”
The study showed that 27 percent of Arizonans identify as “nones” in 2014 compared to 22 percent in 2007. Cronkite News/Arizona PBS wants to know why this trend is increasing.
Why do you identify this way? Did you ever belong to a religion? Do you participate in spiritual activities?
We will not publish your response without your permission. A journalist from Cronkite News/Arizona PBS or the Public Insight Network may contact you for further reporting.