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Study shows more Americans believe they are spiritual but not religious

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A new reports finds Americans have growing dissatisfaction with religion and don’t really think about faith. University of Florida Professor David Hackett says a Duke University study shows more people don’t identify with any one religious group, although many believe in God.

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