Romania holds one of the first positions in Europe in what regards affiliation and religious practice. Therefore, census and field researches performed after 1990 signaled an increase of people with no religious affiliation. This trend, even not statistically representative, acquires a certain significance and heads up question marks. In this study we made an analysis on religious no affiliation dynamics, based on three successive census information (1992, 2002 and 2011); by using the same database, we relate the religious no affiliation indicator with variables such as: gender, residence, age and level of education. Our graphs intend to illustrate the degree to which religiously unaffiliated persons fit to the general accepted socio-demographic profile: for male individuals, with urban residence, especially young and with superior level of education, we identify a higher level of non religious affiliation.
Keywords: secularization, religious affiliation, religious no affiliation, religious disaffiliation, socio-demographic variables.