Always wait for a relativist to make an objective truth claim, and it comes in this article about the nones. Rebecca, the student body president at a purportedly Christian university prefers ambiguity to belief - except she believes we should act compassionately. Well, that's a belief and a truth claim.
The poll shows that even though "Nones" don't believe in religious truth, they are very uniform in their social and political beliefs. They are very likely to be socially and politically liberal presumably because they believe these values to be right and true.
But if "Nones" prefer ambiguity in religion, I have to wonder where they think these values of compassion and social rights come from. They are comfortable with these beliefs but not religious ones. The inconsistency of the modern mind never fails to amaze me. They switch one dogma for another, all the while decrying the close-minded nature and intolerance of dogma.
Don't let the category "None" fool you. Many of the people in this category may not identify with a traditional category of religion, but that doesn't mean they don't believe in truth or belief that is just as dogmatic as any they've rejected. They have rejected the objective authority of religion and God for their own subjective authority. And that's what the category of "None" but religious is all about.