It’s official: Americans are losing their religion.

Data released by the General Social Survey — an ongoing study which has monitored US trends, attitudes and behaviors since 1972 — reveals that the number of Americans who identify as non-religious (aka “nones”) is now about equal to the number of Catholics (23 percent) and evangelicals (22.5 percent) in this country.

While all three groups currently make up the largest share of ideological affiliations in the US, Catholicism and evangelicalism, along with mainline Protestantism, are also facing steady declines in followers.