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Poll Finds Americans Remain Deeply Religious
Gallup recently conducted a survey on the states that were most and least religious. According to the poll, 41% of Americans say “religion is very important in their daily lives” and “attend church worship services weekly or nearly weekly.” States that ranked most religious included Mississippi, Utah, Alabama, Louisiana, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Arkansas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, and Kentucky. The lease religious states included Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Oregon, Nevada, Washington, Connecticut, Hawaii, and the District of Columbia. The results are based on 174,000+ interviews conduct by Gallup in 2013. Based on the findings, religion in America has remained constant since 2008, but deeply varies based on region and state. To view the full results, click here.
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