Survey: College Students Divided on Spirituality (Bob Smietana, special for USA TODAY [Sept. 27, 2013]) College students fall into three camps when it comes to faith, according to a study released Thursday. Some are true believers. Some are spiritual but not religious. And some couldn't care less. Researchers from Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., asked students nationwide a series of questions about their spiritual, political and moral values, ranging from belief in God and worship attendance to climate change and [email protected] They found the students fell into three distinct worldviews. About a third (32 percent) were religious, a third were spiritual (32 percent), and just under a third (28 percent) were secular. About 70 percent of the religious students were Christian as were 43 percent of the spiritual students. Most of the secular students, and about a third of the spiritual students were so-called "nones"---those with no religious identity, researchers said. A growing number fall into the "none" category. Researchers said that the nones show a "remarkable degree of indifference to religion." The online survey of 1,800 students was conducted in April and May.