The past generations have seen America become more divided, between the very religious and the very not-religious. A new survey shows millennials, in particular, are choosing to look away from the faiths they may have been raised with.
The Takeaway continues its look at America as a patchwork nation, rather than a collection of red and blue states. This time, we focus on the "Immigration Nation," a group of 12 million people in 144 counties that have large Hispanic populations.
Forget Red State - Blue State politics. But don't forget that all politics is local. The Christian Science Monitor's Patchwork Nation project is redefining political geography based on social and economic data, and in the process is clarifying the issues that will matter to Americans come November.
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