At Pew Research Center, we get lots of questions about religiously unaffiliated Americans – those who describe themselves as atheists, agnostics or “nothing in particular” when asked about their religion.Our new report explores these and many other questions. Among its findings: “Nones” are not uniformly anti-religious and most believe in a higher power. Most nones reject the idea that science can explain everything. A new Short Read explores a related question: Has the decades-long growth of the share of U.S. “nones” come to an end?What do religious “nones” believe? Are they opposed to religion? What are their views about God, morality and science?