Numbers are always a big thing in the church. But what about across America?
Here is a breakdown of the most religious and non-religious states across America.
Interesting to see how the West Coast and the East Coast are represented.
Here is what some of the article said:
Non-Catholic Christians — the largest religious group in the country today — are heavily concentrated in the South and nearby states, while constituting only a minority of residents of Northeastern states, and of many Middle Atlantic and Western states.
Americans with no religious identity at all tend to be found most frequently in the Northeast and Northwest (plus Hawaii), while members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are most prevalent in Utah and surrounding states, and Jews in Mid-Atlantic states.
You can read the rest of the article here
I am curious…
Where do you live (so we can get a better picture of where your state falls on the map)?
Do you feel these reports are accurate?