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Keeping the faith might be more difficult if your parents are divorced

Much has been said about younger Americans tending to shy away from religion in much greater numbers than previous generations, but now, researchers think they may have found the culprit. A new study from The Public Religion Research Institute found that, if you want your children to stay in church, it helps to stay with your spouse. SEE MORE: Religion Is Worth A LOT To The Economy The study says 35 percent of people raised by divorced parents consider themselves religiously unaffiliated, compared to 23 percent of people whose parents were married for most of their childhood.
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