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Church membership across the U.S. drops below 50% for the first time in eight decades, polls finds

Prior to 2000, membership at places of worship had mostly stayed around the 70 percent mark. It has been steadily declining over the last decade

By EMILY CRANE

FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

The number of Americans who are members of a place of worship has dropped below 50 percent for the first time in eight decades, a new report shows.

Membership at a church, synagogue or mosque across the United States reached an all-time low of 47 percent last year, the Gallup report shows.

Prior to 2000, membership at places of worship had mostly stayed around the 70 percent mark.

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