Sociological Swings

There are two huge trends the US is experiencing that receive scant attention. The first: plummeting fertility. Population growth due to birth over deaths in 2018 was 1 million, and keeps declining, down from 1.9 million as recently as 2007. The other: plummeting religious attendance. In 2000, 41% of Americans attended a religious service at least one a week; 14% never went. Today those percentages are 29% and 26% respectively.

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