Wonder what you would find if you frisked the latest data obtained by Pew Research?
Answer: The most and least religious states.
I found this oddly interesting:
Only 22% of Alaskans say they attend religious services at least once a week, making Alaska the least religious state judged by this measure. In Utah and several Southern states, more than half of those surveyed by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life said they were weekly service attenders. Along with Alaskans, residents of Colorado, Arizona and Northeastern states were the least likely to attend religious services once a week or more. When measured against four indices of religiosity — the importance of religion in people’s lives, frequency of attendance at worship services, frequency of prayer and absolute certainty of belief in God — Mississippi stands out on all four, while several other Southern states also rank very high on the measures. Click on “read more” for the full and interactive graphic.
Check out the graphic below:
Click here if you would like to see a more detailed chart.
Side-Note: The reason Michigan is highlighted on the chart above is because it is my home state. I guess we are simply average in the Mitten… Haha.