Is the United States a Counterexample to the Secularization Thesis?

Virtually every discussion of secularization asserts that high levels of religiosity in the United States make it a decisive counterexample to the claim that modern societies are prone to secularization. Focusing on trends rather than levels, David Voas argues that, for two straightforward empirical reasons, the United States should no longer be considered a counterexample.

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